Kat Attwell

With almost 20 years experience at ACU, Kat Attwell has been helping members realize their financial potential through investments, financing and loans. Now as Corporate Risk Officer, she works with ACU branches to educate staff on fraud prevention while also handling fraud inquiries to help protect members and the credit union. Outside of the office, Kat enjoys playing soccer and has been known to have a green thumb — making the most of her Manitoba garden.
Stop fake SIM swaps
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Stop fake SIM swaps: Prevent and recover from smartphone fraud

Allison Waedt had to cope with a lot more than jet lag when she returned to Winnipeg from a trip to Australia last fall. When I got back, I tried…

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Protect yourself from online fraud
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17 Tips to Protect Your Account From Online Fraud

Online fraud can take many forms, and deceitful scammers are experts at manipulating people to fall into their traps. It’s critical that you become aware of the current risks. Whether snared…

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What to do if I lost my smartphone
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What should I do if I lost my smartphone?

“Oh no, I lost my smartphone!” It’s a horrible feeling to lose a valuable piece of equipment, whether it was misplaced or swiped up by the wrong hands. Smartphones aren’t…

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ACU’s grants program invests locally

Healthy, vibrant and diverse communities don’t just happen—they’re created over time by people, organizations and businesses continuously working together for the common good. These organizations require resources to take action…

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Investing in a new beginning: Wealth Building Tips for newcomers to Canada

There are a number of barriers to investing for newcomers, like learning a new language or adapting to different social customs—even getting used to the weather. But they can also…

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March Fraud Prevention Month 2022: Top scams
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Protect yourself against the top scams and fraud in 2024

We explore the top scams that tricked Canadians last year, and what to avoid in the future. Here’s how to protect yourself from fraud.

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