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79th Annual General Membership Meeting
When: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Reception begins at 6:00 p.m.
Membership meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.

Where: The Oblate School of Theology, Whitley Center
285 Oblate Drive
San Antonio, TX 78216

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Phishing attempts
Some automated calls and text messages may be phishing attempts. If you receive a message asking for your complete debit card number or other personal information, do not give it.

SACU sometimes uses an automated system to call card owners, asking them to confirm that individual transactions are valid. In a legitimate call, SACU will only ask you for your zip code. Then the automated system will mention the last four digits of your card number. SACU will not ask you to provide a complete account or card number, PIN or other personal information.

If you still have questions, please email or contact Member Services.

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Scam attempts
SACU wants you to be aware of scams that are circulating on the Internet and through the mail. These scams do not target SACU members specifically, but we want you to be aware and avoid being a victim.

Signals that the offer you received may be a scam:
  red arrow  The opportunity sounds "too good to be true" it probably is!
  red arrow  Making money hinges on the victim's paying money to someone
  red arrow  The writing is unnatural, as if foreign text had been translated into English
  red arrow  Retailer's names may be misspelled

Some types of current scams:
Mystery/Secret Shopper Scam
Lottery/Sweepstakes Scam
Inheritance Scam
Work-At-Home Scam
Online Auction Scam
Romance Scam

If any of these situations sound familiar, think twice before taking any action:

  red arrow  Been offered a job as a mystery or secret shopper
  red arrow  Won a lottery or sweepstakes contest that you didn’t enter
  red arrow  Inherited money from a relative you don’t know
  red arrow  Been offered a job to work at home with little effort on your part
  red arrow  Sold an item in an auction and you are sent more money than the item sold for
  red arrow  Met “the love of your life” online and he/she needs money for an emergency

TIP: To be sure that no money goes out of your account before the deposited item is confirmed as legitimate, ask the teller to deposit it as a “collection” item.  

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SACU updates ATM and debit card usage
From time to time, financial institutions are alerted to breaches that may compromise debit cards. To reduce the risk of card fraud and to protect your account, SACU may block certain types of debit card transactions in foreign countries and/or within the United States. Click here for more information.

In the event your debit card is denied while conducting a transaction or for more information, please call our Member Service Center Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Time at (210) 258-1234 or U.S. toll free at 1-800-688-SACU (7228).

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