CUNA e-mail scam making rounds

A rapidly spreading e-mail scam that invokes the name of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the trade group representing all credit unions, is spreading rapidly throughout the region.
The e-mail is being received by both customers of credit unions and those who have no business relationship with credit unions.
It raises questions about the recipient’s account and asks that they click on a link that takes them to a site where they are asked to enter personal financial information in order to verify their account.
The scam has been circulating since at least February, according to CUNA, and in many cases uses an authentic-looking CUNA logo.
Those who receive such e-mails should just delete them. Credit unions do not seek personal financial account information via e-mails to customers.

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