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Security - NavyArmy Community Credit Union in Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande Valley, Texas

NavyArmy is 100% dedicated to providing you with steadfast security. Protection for all member accounts and information is our top priority and you will receive notification if your account has been affected in any way. We’re diligent about staying up to date on all of the latest technological advances in security measures so that your confidentiality is protected when you bank with NavyArmy. Read below for information on what we do to protect you and what you can do to help protect yourself.

Banking Safety

Banking Safety
Tips from CCPD

  • Always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Conceal money before leaving the bank. Never openly carry bank bags, envelopes or coin boxes.
  • It is always best to use the buddy system when going to the bank (do not go alone).
  • Do not wear clothing that identifies you as an employee (no company logos, uniforms or badges).
  • Be aware of anyone following you from the area of a bank.
  • Do not leave or try to hide your bank bag or bank envelope in your vehicle when you exit at your next destination, even if it’s your residence.
  • If you suspect you are being followed, call 911 from your cell phone, and keep the dispatcher informed of your location, and the direction you are traveling.
  • Drive toward the police station until marked police cars are able to locate you.
Banking Safety Tips provided by the Corpus Christi Police Department.

How We Protect You

Fraud Prevention & Travel
Secure Member Profiles
Risk Management
Secure NavyArmy Server
Internet Privacy Statement

How to Protect Yourself

Lost/Stolen Debit Card
Your Devices
Your Information


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