Personal Security

Keeping you and your money safe is one of South Carolina Federal’s top priorities. Whether you are concerned about online security or steps you can take to keep your money safe, you'll find help here. We'll cover tips for ways to avoid identity theft, visiting the ATM, and more.

Which Financial Documents Should You Keep on File and for How Long?

Are your financial documents scattered all over the house? South Carolin Federal Investment SolutionsTM gives their take on what documents you should keep on file and for how long.

What Personal Documents Do You Shred and When to Dispose of Them

Safeguard your identity by shredding your personal documents. Learn about what documents to shred and when to dispose of them.

Identity Theft Occurs Every 2.7 Seconds(1)

Precautionary steps to protect your good name.

ATM Safety Tips

Check out some safety tips to help keep you and your money safe while using an automated teller machines (ATMs).

Safeguarding Your Password

Helpful tips to safeguard your password.

Frauds and Scams

Be on the alert. Stay informed.

Online Financial Safety Tips

Get tips for being safe and making the most of your time online.

Prevent Identity Theft

Here are a few basic steps you can take to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft and pretext calling.

Scams Targeting Older Adults

America's growing older adult population is uniquely vulnerable to a broad range of exploitation and abuse.

Online Banking

A South Carolina Federal Credit Union representative will assist you in the process. To enroll, please visit one of our financial centers or call our Contact Center:

  • 843.797.8300  (Charleston)
  • 803.738.8300  (Columbia)
  • 843.545.8300  (Georgetown)
  • 800.845.0432  (Nationwide)

Forgot your User ID?

Please call our Contact Center for assistance:

  • 843.797.8300  (Charleston)
  • 803.738.8300  (Columbia)
  • 843.545.8300  (Georgetown)
  • 800.845.0432  (Nationwide)