As a TSP participant, you should know how to protect your account against fraud. It’s important that you keep your My Account login credentials private, log into your account periodically to monitor activity, and review all TSP correspondence promptly.

Visit our security center page to learn about how to identify real TSP communications, how you can control your account security, and how we protect your account.

If you’re not sure whether correspondence or telephone calls claiming to be from the TSP are authentic, do not provide any personal or financial information. Contact us directly if you have questions or if you need to report suspicious activity.

Help Prevent Fraud with Extra Security

When you log into your TSP account for the first time, you will add and validate an email or phone number in order to use two-step authentication for additional security.

Two-step authentication helps you protect your account against fraud by prompting you for a one-time verification code each time you log in. This login process is more secure because it means that online access to your account requires something you know (your account number or username and password) and something you have (a one-time verification code you receive in your email or on your phone). Someone who tries to log into your account fraudulently won’t be able to gain access without the code.