Reported data breach by Home Depot
Home Depot has announced a data breach in its card processing systems. Consumers using debit and credit cards for purchases in U.S. and Canadian Home Depot stores between April 11 and September 7, 2014, are encouraged to review their debit and credit card account activity and/or statements for suspicious activity. To date, the Credit Union has not been notified by VISA of any member account numbers affected by this breach.
If we are informed of member accounts being compromised, members will be contacted directly. If you detect any suspicious debit or credit card activity, please notify us at 800-325-9905, extension 8844. After business hours, please call 800-528-2273 for debit and 888-438-0126 for credit. Rest assured, you are not responsible for any transactions you did not authorize.
The Credit Union is committed to protecting your account information with the highest level of security. For more information regarding the data breach, visit HomeDepot.com.
The Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (S.A.F.E. Act) established a national registry for mortgage loan officers called the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS). This registry is maintained by the federal government and assigns each registered professional a unique identification number that is provided to consumers upon request and on certain loan documentation. Additionally, each financial institution is provided with a unique identification number. The Credit Union’s NMLS ID number is 401252.
Registration information can be viewed on the NMLS Consumer Access web site. If you have general questions about NMLS Consumer Access, contact the NMLS Call Center at 240-386-4444.Share with a Friend