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Fraud Information

What you need to know about fraud scams
and how to keep your personal information private

Wescom Will Never Call You to Ask for Your Information

Fraudsters are posing as retailers, and even Wescom, to access your account information. Even if the phone number looks like it’s from Wescom, know that we’ll never call you and ask you to provide a security code you may have received via text or email, your account number, debit card number, credit card number, or online banking credentials.

Report Fraud Right Away

If you receive a call or text message asking you for personal information or security codes you may have received via text or email, contact Wescom immediately. Report the incident below or call us at 1-888-4WESCOM (1-888-493-7266) to let us know.

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Keep Your Account Safe

Wescom has resources to keep your account safe.

  • Sign up for Wescom Account Alerts. We’ll send you real-time text and email notifications every time activity is made on your account. Log into your account to get started.
  • Visit the Financial Education Center for 25 free financial education models on topics such as identity protection.