Update on Target Breach: We are keeping a close eye on the breach of debit and credit card information from Target stores. So far no PIN fraud has been detected associated with the breach. In the event we are notified that a breach on member cards has occurred, we will contact affected members and issue new credit or debit cards at no charge.
Target has confirmed that roughly 40 million holiday shoppers' credit and debit cards may have been compromised in the breach. The breach involves credit or debit purchases from Target's U.S. stores (physical locations, not online) during the prime holiday shopping season--from Nov. 27 through Dec. 15, said Target's notice to consumers on its website. The information compromised included customers' name, credit or debit card number, and the card's three-digit CVV security code. The compromised numbers are across the entire U.S., with no specific region emphasized.
We are urging members to:
For more information on Target's official Press Release or "Notice to Consumers of Data Breach" please click the links below.
- Pay close attention to your credit and debit card accounts by monitoring your online banking for suspicious or unusual activity. If you spot such activity, contact the credit union immediately to report the occurrences.
- Set up alerts on your account through online banking to notify you of charges or activity on your account.
- Determine if you shopped at Target during the Nov. 27-Dec. 15 time frame.
- If you choose to take preventative measures and change the PIN on your debit card, you may do so by contacting the credit union. Standard PIN replacement fees will be waived for affected members.
- If you choose to take preventative measures and request a replacement card, you may do so by contacting the credit union.
Standard card replacement fees will be waived for affected members.
Target's Notice to Consumers of Data Breach
Target's Press Release