TARGET COMPROMISE

Update 1/10/2014

Target recently announced that separate from the payment card data taken during the breach, customer names, mailing addresses, phone numbers and email addresses for up to 70 million Target customers may also have been stolen.

Officials at the company want you to know that Target will never ask for your social security or PIN number. If you receive a request for that information, you should ignore or delete the communication.

 

Thank you for your membership.

Travis Credit Union
Member Service Center
(707) 449-4000 or (800) 877-8328


12/30/2013

We are monitoring member accounts that may have been impacted by the Target compromise and will block and reissue any cards if we see fraudulent activities. You may also be receiving more calls from our security group asking to verify transactions that seem unusual based on your typical usage pattern. Please be assured that members have zero liability for fraudulent transactions on their VISA debit and credit cards. However, if you would like us to reissue your cards, please contact us or visit a branch.

Because our members have their credit and debit cards tied to so many automatic payments, we did not want to mass reissue cards and inconvenience thousands of our members who do not have any fraud on their accounts.

As always, we encourage members to monitor their accounts online to identify suspicious transactions. Setting up account alerts is another way to identify unusual transactions automatically.

 

Thank you for your membership.

Travis Credit Union
Member Service Center
(707) 449-4000 or (800) 877-8328

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