Fraud Phone Calls and Text Messages
Please be alert when receiving a phone call or text from someone claiming to be from UniWyo or any entity you do business with. The caller ID may even appear to come from UniWyo or another business, but may not actually be coming from us/them. UniWyo will never ask for personal information such as your full social security number, debit card number, zip code, CVC/CVV number, pin, etc., via phone or text. These calls and messages are NOT coming from UniWyo. Do NOT provide this personal information. Please be vigilant with regards to your personal information and be aware of this scam. Please share with family and friends so they may be protected as well.
UniWyo Mobile App has some mobile deposit endorsement changes, effective June 20, 2018
Some changes have occurred with the endorsement of checks being deposited via the mobile app. It is now required to have the following endorsements on the back of your checks:
- Your signature
- For Mobile Deposit Only
- Your UniWyo account number
|New Years||Jan. 1-2, 2021|
|Martin Luther King Jr./Equality Day||Jan. 18, 2021|
|Memorial Day||May 31, 2021|
|Independence Day||July 3-5, 2021|
|Cheyenne Day (Cheyenne Branch Only)||July 28, 2021|
|Labor Day||Sept. 6, 2021|
|Columbus Day||Oct. 11, 2021|
|Thanksgiving Holiday||Nov. 25-26, 2021|
|Christmas||Dec. 24-25, 2021|
|UW Campus Branch Holiday Closure||TBD|
|New Years||Dec. 31, 2021 - Jan. 1, 2022|
Mobile Phone Security
Mobile Phone Security is critical to protecting yourself from hackers and other malicious software that could steal your data. Watch out for suspicious texts and install Anti-Virus software on your phone. The key is awareness – don’t be a victim!
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