Credit Card Security Breach Information & Resource
Wauna Credit Union officials are prepared to respond to any member whose Wauna CU VISA debit or credit card account has been compromised while shopping online or at retailer stores. The protection of our members’ accounts and privacy is our highest priority. That is why we have created this special “Security Breach Information & Education” page.
Recently, a numner of retail giants have announced millions of shoppers may have had their credit or debit card compromised. Be prepared to act if this happens to you.
What is your liability?
Consumers are required to report suspicious or unusual activity on their debit or credit card account within a period of days to limit personal liability. Please consult your Wauna Credit Union Membership & Account Agreement for complete details.
Please Take Immediate Action!
If you or family members have used a debit or credit card to make purchases and feel your private information may have been compromised, you are recommended to take immediate action:
- Wauna Credit Union VISA Credit Card: Use the VISA Credit Card Online Banking Access service to monitor your credit card account for any suspicious or unusual activity.
- Wauna Credit Union VISA Debit Card: Use our Online Banking service to monitor your checking account for suspicious or unusual activity.
- Account Statements: Review your Checking or Credit Card statements and immediately report any suspicious or unusual activity to the Credit Union.
- Contact the Credit Union immediately (800-773-3236) to report any unusual activity.
- Membership and Account Agreement
- WFCU VISA Credit Card Agreement
- VISA Credit Card Online Banking Access
Another good place to check out if you feel you may have been subject to security compromise at at a retail or online store is www.consumer.gov/idtheft. People can report incidents of identity theft and learn how to protect from future incidents. In addition, consumers can monitor their credit report once every 12 months for free; details are at http://www.annualcreditreport.com/.