Dynamic Federal Credit Union

Dynamic Federal Credit Union
900 E. Wayne Street
Celina, OH 45822

Phone: 419.586.5522
Toll-Free: 844.586.5522
Fax: 419.586.5522

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24 Hour Access Telephone Banking

You are now able to access your account anywhere in the United States, anytime day or night.
To check your balance, previous transactions, or to transfer funds dial:


SCAM Alerts:  

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Some Craigslist customers have notified us that they have come across a few buyers who are sending them checks to purchase items from them. The check amounts are 2 to 3 times the amount of the actual item being sold. The “buyers” claim the excess money is for “shipping” expense. This is a scam. Be aware that if a fraudulent check is made payable to you, and you cash it – you are responsible. Be cautious when selling anything over the internet, and if you receive a suspicious check through the mail, contact the credit union immediately so that we can research it first to better serve you.

Some Verizon Wireless customers have received text messages on their cell phones from Direct Express instructing them to call a phone number to resolve a problem with their debit card and enter their 16-digit debit card number. THIS IS A SCAM. If you get such a text message, or any similiar text messages, do not respond/reply to it, as replying to a spam text only verifies that your number is active, which may result in more texts. Don't click on any links in such text messages, and don't ever give out your debit or credit card information, or any information dealing with your credit union account or social security number.

If you have any questions regarding your account or your debit/credit cards with Dynamic Federal Credit Union, call us to investigate. Dynamic Federal Credit Union would never ask to confirm debit card information in this way.

DO NOT open any emails or attachments to emails that appear to be coming from NACHA telling you that you have a failed ACH transaction. By opening the attachment in these emails, it will put a Trojan virus on your computer. If you have any questions about this alert, you may contact the credit union.

There is a spam email going around from NCUA about screening activity in federal credit unions. It asks you to click on a link and enter your account information. DO NOT click on this link and DO NOT give out any account information. We will never ask for account information over email. If you have any questions about any emails that look suspicious, please contact the credit union.