We have received notification of a potential phishing scam targeting financial institution customers. NACHA, the Electronic Payments Association, issued the following statement regarding ACH transactions and possible phishing emails. "NACHA does not send communications of any type to persons or organizations about individual ACH transactions that they originate or receive. If you or your customer has received a communication of this nature that purports to come from NACHA, it is fraudulent."
Unfortunately these types of scams continue to target consumers. Please remain alert to potentially fraudulent emails, from NACHA and any other sources. Do not open suspicious emails or emails from unknown parties. Never respond to or click on any links, attachments, photos, graphics, etc., in an email that you receive from an unknown sender or that is suspicious.
To learn more about NACHA and how to protect yourself from phishing attacks, please visit https://www.nacha.org/Fraud-Phishing-Resources