LifeLock® Identity Theft Protection
LifeLock® identity theft protection helps proactively safeguard your personal information and alerts you of potential threats.
LifeLock® membership includes:
- Identity Threat Detection and Alerts†
- Lost Wallet Protection • Address Change Verification
- Black Market Website Surveillance
- Reduced Pre-Approved Credit Card Offers
- Award-Winning Member Service 24/7/365
- $1 Million Total Service Guarantee‡
†Network does not cover all transactions and scope may vary.
‡The benefits under the Service Guarantee are provided under a Master Insurance Policy underwritten by State National Insurance Company. Under the Service Guarantee LifeLock will spend up to $1 million to hire experts to help your recovery. As this is only a summary please see the actual policy for applicable terms and restrictions at LifeLock.com.
At Suffolk Federal, protecting our members from fraud is a top priority. We’re committed to ensuring the safety of your information. First and foremost, please do not disclose any personal identifying information if requested from an unsolicited email, text message or phone call that may seem like it’s been sent by Suffolk Federal. This includes:
- Account information
- Social Security Number
- Mother's maiden name
- Online Banking Access Code
- Account Access Code
- ATM Card PIN
- Credit Card Number, Expiration Date or PIN
The following links are provided so we can continue to work together to avoid the dangers of fraud.
- Beware of Skimming Fraud: Vigilance by members can help protect against credit and debit card fraud.
- View tips on keeping yourself safe in an online environment.
- Arm Yourself Against Fraud. Visit Looks Too Good To Be True, a helpful website that helps you defend yourself from becoming a victim of fraud.
- Be advised of phishing scams using NCUA's name and logo. Additional information can be found at National Credit Union Administration.
- Learn more about phishing scams at www.millersmiles.co.uk or www.ftc.gov/index.shtml.
- Interested in identifying theft concerns, phishing attempts or scam emails, visit Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Complaint.
- Fraudulent Checks...think you can't get "faked-out"? Fake checks could cost you thousands. Avoid check scams by finding out more at www.fakechecks.org.