Security Center

Online Security is important while doing your banking online. At South Carolina Federal, we take protecting your personal information seriously.

We have substantial security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of information that is under our control. We also use the latest firewall and encryption technologies to protect individual identifying information transmitted over the Internet.

We provide useful information such as understanding potential online threats, latest fraud alerts, how to prevent fraud, and what to do if you are a victim of fraud.

NOTE: Regular, non-encrypted e-mail is not secure. Accordingly, we encourage you to exercise caution regarding any e-mails that are sent through your e-mail service. We provide a direct, secure e-mail function on our website for inquiries which include your personal information.

Fraud Escalation: October 2015

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

South Carolina Federal Credit Union encourages all members to check their accounts frequently for abnormal activity.

Identity Theft

Steps to take if you are a victim of any type of fraud or attempted fraud.

Protect Your Computer

Helpful tips to safeguard your password.

Protect Your Information

Helpful tips to keep your information and identity safe from thieves.

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)