The Home Depot Breach
On September 8th, 2014 The Home Depot made an announcement to the public stating that their payment data systems had been breached. This could potentially impact customers who used a payment card at any U.S. and Canadian store in 2014 from April to September. If you’ve used your debit card at any Home Depot store within the given time frame, your information may be at risk.
Upstate Federal Credit Union is working with our card processor and risk offices to obtain any comprimsed cards. Please know that keeping your information safe and secure is our top priority. So what happens next? Once all at risk cards are identified, Upstate Federal Credit Union will notify you if your card has been compromised. We will automatically order a new card for you! You will have the choice to block your card immediately or wait until you receive your new card in the mail. If you choose to block your card sooner, please call any of our branch locations and we will be more than happy to assist you.
To read more on The Home Depot data breach, please click here: https://corporate.homedepot.com/MediaCenter/Pages/Statement1.aspx
The Home Depot will also offer free identity protection services, including credit monitoring to any customer who has shopped at a Home Depot store from April 2014 on. To learn more about the identity protection and how to sign up, please visit: https://homedepot.allclearid.com/
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