Last updated: December 27, 2013
Media is reporting on a large payment card compromise affecting Target® customers who used payment cards at Target stores between November 27 and December 15, 2013.
To ensure the overall safety of our members' accounts, Golden 1 maintains systems and monitors transactions to reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions. We have identified the Golden 1 credit and debit cards that appear to be at risk. To ensure the overall safety of our members' accounts, we are contacting all impacted members and replacing their cards. If your cards were affected, you will receive a letter of notification from Golden 1. If we have your email address on file, you will also receive an email.
Based on the information provided to date, the compromised data is insufficient to create a risk of identity theft. Members are still encouraged to monitor their accounts closely and report any unknown or suspicious transactions. Doing so will eliminate any liability for fraudulent activity on your accounts.
To monitor your account transactions, you should enroll to use Online and Mobile Banking, activate Email and Text Alerts for credit cards and checking accounts, and sign up to receive Online Statements. All of these services are free and may be set up using the instructions below.
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