As a reminder, SELCO will never call, email, or text asking for sensitive information, such as your PIN, full SSN, debit/credit card numbers, or CVV code. Click here to learn how to stay a step ahead of scammers this holiday season.
If you call us, we’ll ask for information for verification purposes. However, SELCO does not make outbound calls from our 800 number and will never send you a text asking for your:
If you’re ever unsure you’re speaking with a SELCO representative, hang up and call us directly at 800-445-4483.
Multi-factor authentication is a security system designed to ensure you are who you say you are and that you’re the only person who can access your account. The first factor is your normal username and password, and the ensuing factors come via one of these methods:
For even more security, you can opt to be doubly authenticated each time.
Your account information is encrypted between your device and SELCO’s server, providing the same level of encryption as a virtual private network (VPN). In other words, a VPN is not necessary to protect your sensitive banking data.
Absolutely. You can set alerts for activity on your accounts and cards (there’s no longer need for a separate Card Manager app) as well as notifications of suspicious activity. Get alerted when your balances dip below or go above a certain amount, when checks clear, when your loans are due, and much more. These alerts can be sent via email, text, or push notification. To learn more, visit the “Card Controls & Alerts” help and support page.
We'd like to have your current email address on record as a way of notifying you regarding important account information. From time to time, with your permission, we may also send you notifications regarding special offers or other information. We respect our members' privacy, and will never sell or give your email address to anyone.
Text banking has been discontinued. However, our digital banking upgrade includes enhanced text/push/email notifications. In addition to notifications about low balances and login attempts, you can also be alerted when there’s suspicious activity on your accounts.
When you communicate to us through email, we use your email address only for the purpose of responding to your comments, questions and concerns.
SELCO does support an optional LISTSERV, "SELCO Electronic Mailing List," which provides Members and potential Members with financial news and information about promotions, products and services. We only send information about current promotions and products and services to members who subscribe to this mailing list. You will never receive unsolicited email from SELCO Community Credit Union unless you personally authorize it by subscribing to our mailing list. You always have the ability to unsubscribe at any time. To unsubscribe, please read the instructions in the confirmation email you received when signing up, or contact us by email, phone, fax, or mail. Your email address provided in order to join the list will not be sold, nor will it be shared with others outside the credit union, unless we are compelled to do so by law.
You’ll need to turn off your VPN before accessing digital banking. But rest assured, your account information is encrypted between your device and SELCO’s server, providing the same level of encryption as a virtual private network (VPN). In other words, a VPN is not necessary to protect your sensitive banking data.
To manage and secure your card conveniently, we encourage both of the following:
SELCO and Visa® have automatic fraud controls in place that monitor card activity for suspicious transactions. If suspected fraud is detected, your card may be blocked while Visa Fraud Protection Services contacts you to confirm whether the activity is yours. If we’re unable to reach you, your card will remain blocked until you contact us. We can then take further action, including issuing you a new card.
The following explains what you can expect as we work with you to investigate suspicious card activity and restore card use.
If you’re enrolled in text alerts, we'll contact you by text.
You’ll receive a text message from SELCO including the last four digits of your card number, the transaction amount, and the merchant. You’ll be asked to reply indicating either yes, the charge is authorized, or no, the charge is not yours.
If you’re not enrolled in, or don’t respond to, text alerts, you’ll be contacted by phone.
You’ll receive a call from Visa Fraud Prevention Services about the transaction in question.
You’ll be asked if you recognize or authorized the transaction in question.
How will you know the call is actually Visa and not a fraudster?
To verify your identity, Visa will only ask for:
Visa will never ask for:
If you’re still unsure whether the call is legitimate, or you have other questions, contact us at 800-445-4483.
We use application information to complete requests and/or transactions. We may share personal information with our business partners in order to deliver products and services which you have requested (for example, obtaining a credit report if you applied for a loan).
SELCO Community Credit Union will not sell personal information to a third party for the purpose of solicitation. Information may, from time to time, be made available on a limited basis to SELCO Community Credit Union business partners, to provide special offers or promotions of products or services that may be of interest to particular members in accordance with applicable law. Our business partners are carefully selected and share the same strict business principles as SELCO Community Credit Union.
The information you provide on surveys and promotions will be used for internal marketing purposes only, including developing new content that meets your specific needs or content that needs updating due to accessibility or functionality problems.
The encryption is accomplished by establishing a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection between the browser and the Web server. You can only access Online Banking with an SSL-compliant browser. All application forms and all areas of Online Banking are secure pages, which means that at no time can your information be accessed by anyone other than a SELCO Community Credit Union representative.
Yes, SELCO Community Credit Union uses analytics software. We collect information about the name of the domain from which you access the Internet (example: lane.edu, aol.com, or pacinfo.com) and the site from which you came from. We use this information for internal analysis only, which helps us improve the content of our web site for your future visits. Our web servers also collect information about browser and operating system types and which pages each user visits. We review traffic, hardware, and software statistics in order to make our site more accessible to all members and to tailor information to individual visitors and for traffic audits.
SELCO Community Credit Union has, wherever possible, structured its Partnerships with entities that share the same privacy values as we do. Some of the Partnerships developed have these terms expressed in our Agreement with the other party. If you believe that your privacy has been violated on a Partner site, please contact us immediately.
Yes, contactless cards use the same trusted security as chip cards. Each transaction is protected by a dynamic encryption. Just like a chip card, each transaction is accompanied by a one-time code that protects your payment information. Unlike cash, using your contactless card provides an electronic record of your purchases and gives you all the great functionality and convenience of a Visa card.
For every contactless transaction, a unique transaction-specific code is created that secures the cardholder’s payment information. Due to the nature of the code and additional fraud protection processes, it is difficult to use skimmed cardholder information for fraudulent purchases.