Phishing Attempts Reported
institution customers can experience various fraud (phishing)
scams. One recent example is a scam that consists of calls
to ATM/Debit cardholders in an attempt to gain access to account
information. During these calls cardholders may be informed that
their debt card has been deactivated and needs to be reactivated.
The cardholder is then asked to provide key account information
such as account numbers and expiration dates in order to
re-activate the affected debt card.
All types of fraudulent activity increases during the holiday
season; please click here for
you think your ATM/Debit card has been compromised, please call
our 24/7 toll-free number;
1- 800-264-5578 to deactivate it or call or Customer Service
Center during normal business hours at 860-688-8511.
a Reminder....At Windsor Federal Savings, we want you to know that
initiate a request for sensitive or confidential information
from you through
a phone call or e-mail (i.e., Social Security Number, PIN,
Login User ID, Password, Account Number).
use a "Pop-Up" message to collect information about
your accounts; and
send you an email that claims that we are updating our files
or your accounts nor threaten that your account is in jeopardy
if you do not update your account information immediately.
If you are
uncertain of the legitimacy of a request for your personal or
financial information made by an individual claiming to represent
Windsor Federal Savings; or if you receive a suspicious
phone call, email or request for your personal information
supposedly from Windsor Federal Savings; or if you suspect
you may have inadvertently provided your personal information to a
questionable party; then please
contact our Customer Service Center at 860-688-8511