Data Breach At Target & Neiman Marcus Stores


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Target Stores

Target Stores announced that they recently discovered unauthorized access to Target payment card data. This took place between November 27 - December 15, 2013. This data compromise applied to either debit or credit cards used for Signature/Credit transactions. We have confirmed that PIN numbers and transactions have not been compromised. We encourage you to watch for changes in your account activity and notify us immediately if any fraudulent charges post to your account at 800.358.8228 option 3. We are currently investigating our card data, and will be notifying affected members if a replacement card will be mailed.

For more details regarding this incident, please visit the Target website.

Neiman Marcus Stores

Neiman Marcus Stores announced that some customers' payment cards were used fraudulently after making purchases at several Neiman Marcus Stores. Neiman Marcus has taken steps to notify those affected customers for whom they have contact information. Neiman Marcus confirms that social security numbers and birth dates were not compromised. Customers that shopped online do not appear to have been impacted by the criminal cyber-security intrusion. PINs (Personal Identidication Numbers) were never at risk because Neiman Marcus does not use PIN pads in their stores. We encourage you to watch for changes in your account activity and notify us immediately if any fraudulent charges post to your account at 800.358.8228 option 3. We are currently investigating our card data, and will be notifying affected members if a replacement card will be mailed.

For more details regarding this incident, please visit the Neiman Marcus website.

Protecting Yourself

Account Alerts
To further protect you and to assist in card monitoring, please enroll in our Alerts & Notifications service through Online Banking which will immediately alert you to any transactions that post to your account. Simply log in to Online Banking, go to the All Services menu item, then under Account Information click on Alerts & Notifications to set up the alerts you would like to receive.

Identity Theft Protection
Consider our Identity Theft Protection from our partner, Identity Fraud, Inc. We recommend that you learn how to further protect yourself from identity theft by visiting the Identity Theft Toolkit.