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Credit Union West

Posted:    PakJ86

Fraud

Complaint Rating:  94 % with 68 votes
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Credit Union West
United States
There is a new scam aimed at Credit Union West customers. You are asked to call a phone number to confirm your account or reactivate your card.
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 7th of Oct, 2009 by   SpunkyOne2 0 Votes
Everyone seems to be a target of this fraud. My friends, husband, and I have received several text messages from sms.message@cuwest.org. The messages I have received are: Credit Union West has suspended your debit card. To reactivate call 845-694-6770. Another message I just received moments ago states: CU West Alert. Unusual account activity. Call us at 1-(866)-391-0927. I am NOT and have NEVER been a customer of CU West nor did I even know this bank existed until I started receiving these bogus texts!
 10th of Oct, 2009 by   digg 0 Votes
i received a text message from sms.message@cuwest.org - "CU WEST Alert. Unusual account activity. call us at 1-(866)-391-0927"
 10th of Oct, 2009 by   EQ 0 Votes
Hello,
I just got a text msg saying the same thing. After a little research, I reached the conclusion that I should probably tell them something. So I replied with the following text: GO FUCK YOURSELF. I hope they got the picture. ; )
 31st of Oct, 2009 by   Unmasked Avenger 0 Votes
I got one today, same thing. It said :" From: MsgID4_B95K4D1G@v.w. CU.West Alert: Your CARD has been DEACTIVATED. please contact us at 888-966-5559 to REACTIVATE your CARD. CB: 888-966-5559 Sat. Oct 31, 2:07pm"
It sounded suspicious to me so I used my card a few hours later and it was fine, that and I'm not a member of that particular credit union, but I wasn't sure until I had a chance to see this online. Somebody please put these a-holes in jail where they belong.
 1st of Nov, 2009 by   h. clarkin 0 Votes
November 1st, I received The same massages on my home phone answering machine saying that my card was inactive and my account is frozen... The new number is now 888-314-5442. Just shows that any A-hole can buy an 888 number .
 20th of Nov, 2009 by   CWA 0 Votes
This phone scam is still going on as of TODAY Nov 20, 2009! Beware out there.
 21st of Nov, 2009 by   whattheforcedundertakingofcarnalknowledg 0 Votes
Until fifteen minutes ago, when I received the following e-mail message, which bears the (evidently forged) return address "noreply@cuwest.com", I didn't know that Credit Union West even existed:

"Dear Member,

Your CU West Online Services has expired. You must renew it immediately or your account will be closed.
If you intend to use these services in the future, you must take action at once!

To continue click here [link: ], login to your CU West account and begin the renewal process.

Thank you for using CU West
CU West Customer Service Department."

The domain name "onlineservices-cuwest.com" refers to a Yahoo-hosted site. The return path in the e-mail header is "mike@zinch.com"; zinch.com is a college admissions portal intended to help prospective students and admissions officers find one another. The IP address from which the e-mail originated is 82.165.183.101, which appears to be an American address of indeterminate location hosted by Schlund + Partner AG, an ISP based in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Note that the legitimate CU West website is hosted by CrystalTech Web Hosting Inc. of Phoenix, Arizona.
 2nd of Dec, 2009 by   138Michella 0 Votes
I just got the following text :
Fr:cheryl@iswgroup.com
CU WEST Alert. 1-877-204-0725

I'm not calling it.
 2nd of Dec, 2009 by   DawnB420 0 Votes
i keep getting these same text messages about CU West i get about 5 a week. i would like to know how to get the messages to stop
 16th of Dec, 2009 by   eMiLyXgoRe 0 Votes
A few months ago i tried having my cell phone network black flag them and they told me
it wasn't allowing them to block them from sending me txt mssges. Today i recieved my first txt from them in a while. I sent them a "stop" reply and a delivery report came back
saying that my mssg was rejected...
this is getting old, quick. Is there seriously no one out there that can stop these ppl?
I mean that guy "whattheforcedundertakingofcarnalknowledg" He found out some stuff.
That information has got to help somehow.
 19th of Dec, 2009 by   PricelessOne 0 Votes
I have recieved numerous text messages from these A-holes and also am getting tired of it. The latest was from a local area code where they don't even have offices! I'd like to know how they get your cell number and retain it so they can send messages over and over even though I have and will never have an account with them!
 5th of Feb, 2010 by   dbone12 0 Votes
I get these GD text messages all the freaking time. It pisses me off. The most recent one gave a phone number out of Montana. I e-mailed the Montana state attorney general to see if he could do something about shutting it down.
 13th of Feb, 2010 by   Maria 0 Votes
I have gotten many of these text messages myself and it is very frustrating and annoying! But they do have me worried because I used to bank with a credit union in Arizona, but that account was closed almost a year ago when I moved to Iowa. Is that where they could've gotten my number? The last few texts I have received have even included part of a card number, for example: mlecto@messaging.sprintpcs.com/ / CU West has limited your 485287xxxxxxx card. Please call: 1-514-994-5964. Has anyone else's texts included part of a card number like mine?
 16th of Feb, 2010 by   weasie 0 Votes
I get text messages from CU-West every day. I am sick of it. I text them STOP but it doesn't stop them. My new messages read "quisul@messaging.sprintpc.com, Your debit card has been deactivated call 949-954-7985. How can we stop this?
 5th of May, 2010 by   CUWscamgotold 0 Votes
Credit Union West is a scam. I was a mamber there for YEARS and these types of text messages happen all of the time. It even got to the point where people were calling my unlisted home phone number pretending to moniter my account activity. I think they have dishonest employees. Once I closed my accounts and went to Desert Schools, the fraud stopped. No more calls, no more text! My advice: TAKE YOUR MONEY OUT AND GO ELSEWHERE!!!
 20th of May, 2010 by   Phoenix, Arizona 0 Votes
A man by the name of Mike Johnson phoned and harassed me stating I have been ignoring their correspondence and that I have won a prize. He stated it was in the amount of 495K and that the US transferred funds to Costa Rica and they would arrive to me in the morning and I would need to show my DL to receive the prize. I have contacted PCH and informed them of the scam. The call back number given to me is 202 370-7652.
 20th of May, 2010 by   Phoenix, Arizona 0 Votes
3 people I know just received calls about the CU West scam.
 20th of May, 2010 by   onegoodsmack 0 Votes
Just recieved text message from this same company CU WEST it says to call 602-314-8288. I called the number and the automated service asked to enter my cc # starting with 4852...this is a scam scam scam...I also called Verizon to make them aware this is going on with their company so they can block this via server.
 20th of May, 2010 by   drbzonie 0 Votes
SMS fraud. The number changes. My version was 877-343-3588. see http://www.kpho.com/money/18574948/detail.html
Practice safe electronic behavior. Enough said.
 21st of May, 2010 by   Johntodd4866 0 Votes
Yesterday (5.21.2010) my wife received a text on her phone that said: "25827 CU West Your card starting with 4852 has been deactivated. Please contact us at 602.314.8288" When I call that number, it was a recording asking for the card number. Sounds like a scam. Given that it has been going on for over a year, some people must be falling for it. Hopefully, some action will be taken to investigate and stop this practice.

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