Protecting You During the
USSFCU wants our Members to know we are following the Target credit and debit card security incident. We have appropriate measures in place to help protect our members. Our top priority is always the security of our Members' information so we are constantly monitoring to detect and investigate any suspicious activity.
Target Data Security Breach
We are checking into the Target store breach to determine whether USSFCU credit or debit cards were affected. You do not need to call USSFCU at this time to learn whether you are impacted. If any fraudulent activity is detected on your account, a USSFCU Financial Solutions Advisor (FSA) will contact you.
It is not necessary to reset your PIN at this time and there is no need to cancel your card. Do not worry about identity theft with this incident. The personal information required to steal your identity was not part of the Target data breach.
USSFCU is constantly monitoring account activity and will notify you and reissue your card(s) if we determine your account is at risk. USSFCU has a Zero Liability Policy that protects you from unauthorized purchases on your account and enables you to be fully reimbursed in accordance with the policy.
To help prevent fraud USSFCU strongly encourages you to always monitor your account(s) on a regular basis with mobile or CU AnyHour+ and review your monthly statements carefully. If you see any unauthorized activity you should notify us immediately by calling 202-224-2967 or 800-374-2758 (outside Metro area).
For more information about USSFCU's security protection measures available to our Members, click on the links provided below: