First Federal officials are warning of fraudulent e-mails that have recently been circulated.

First Federal officials are warning of fraudulent e-mails that have recently been circulated.
The e-mail message warns of a serious problem that requires immediate attention and encourages its recipient to click on a link to a fraudulent site in an attempt to obtain personal information. First Federal officials say they would “never ask customers to verify their account information online.”
Bank officials said they urge recipients of these e-mails to simply delete them and to never provide personal information in response to an unsolicited request, whether it is over the phone or over the Internet.  
Multi-factor authentication prevents unauthorized individuals from accessing First Federal accounts via Internet banking, officials said, adding that customers’ accounts have not been disabled and they do not need to update any account or personal information and customers’ identities are only at risk if they click on the link and enter information.  
First Federal officials are urging persons who believe they may have been a victim of this or any scam to contact the bank at (800)455-0744 or (620) 331-1660, or visit the bank’s official Web site at www.firstfederalsl.com.