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Fraud Center

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Protect Yourself

The rate of Americans falling victim to scams, both locally and nationally, rise each year. With the increased rate of members receiving a fake text message and a rise fraudulent activity, we feel it’s our duty as your trusted financial partner to inform you of these tactics. Fraud can affect anyone and through various channels. It affects individuals they target as well as the organizations they impersonate. Armor yourself with the knowledge to protect against phishing.

First Commonwealth will never ask for your personal information (such as logins, passwords, social security numbers, or account numbers) by phone, email, or text.

We will only ask for this information to verify your identity if you have reached out to our team for support. Please do not disclose any sensitive information over the internet or phone unless you have initiated contact with an account service representative directly.

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