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December 19th, 2013
As most of you have heard Target has announced they had a security breach compromising debit and credit card information.
This breach could potentially impact 40 million Target customers who made credit and debit purchases between Nov. 27-Dec. 15.
Target is currently working with law enforcement, including the U.S. Secret Service, as well as financial institutions and a third-party forensics firm to investigate and address this issue.
The privacy and protection of our membersí information is extremely important to us, and we want you to know that this is our priority!
Any specific account questions please contact the credit union in person or by phone and we will assist you in any way we can!!
**There have been a lot of scams lately; especially ones involving personal out of state checks. Please remember to use caution when purchasing anything out of state or online. If you have any concerns before making a purchase please contact us!
There are also a lot of phone scams re-circulating.This is an automated call from anonymous or strange number. The system will tell you that your debit card has been deactivated and you must press 1 and enter your card number to reactivate it. Do not enter or give any information, just hang up.
With the holiday season upon us please be extra vigilant with giving your information out, especially when ordering online!**
**Please know that any questions or inquires received on weekends or holidays will be responded to on the next business day. We thank you for your patience.**