We have been alerted to malicious phishing emails that may have been directed to our members. While the name and emails look remarkably like Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union, they do not originate from Greater Alliance and upon closer review you will notice subtle differences in these communications. We would like to warn you of this attempt to access member credentials and advise you not to access these emails and you should NOT enter any personal information or your Greater Alliance log in credentials.
What is Phishing?
Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames and passwords by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.
What is Website Spoofing?
Website spoofing is the act of creating a website with the intention of misleading readers that the website has been created by a different person or organization. Normally, the spoof website will adopt the design of the target website and sometimes has a similar URL.
Be on the Lookout for the Suspicious Emails.
Official Greater Alliance emails will always come from – email@example.com
If you’ve opened an email that you suspect to be spam, and the email links to an unfamiliar web URL address, delete the email immediately.
Take Precautions when Logging in to Online or Mobile Banking.
When logging in to Online and Mobile Banking, double check the URL in your address box to make sure it is a Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union owned domain. Enter your log in information ONLY when you see the following URL – https://www.greateralliance.org/
If you suspect something unusual, contact our Service Support Department at 888.554.2328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org