New year, same scams.

Now might be a good time to take a look at your account. We know you did a lot of spending for the holidays and maybe on New Year's Eve. But some of those charges might not be yours.

After a story from WILX about "MSUFCU members reporting suspicious activity on their accounts", the credit union posted on social media to address concerns.

(Credit: MSUFCU via Facebook)

In a statement to News 10, MSUFCU Chief Marketing Officer Deidre Davis said the credit union's "fraud systems are notifying members of suspicious activity that is not typical to the members' account behaviors." (WILX)

If you are a member at MSUFCU and have questions about security, suspicious activity, or scams follow the highlighted links or call 517-333-2424 or

There are certain countermeasures you can apply right away with the use of the MSUFCU mobile app and E-services as well.

The key takeaway - if you see something that looks wrong, don't wait. Take action right now. Get in contact with MSUFCU right away. Even if you didn't get an alert from them.

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