When a person pretends to be you, it’s called “identity theft.” There are ways to prevent this, and we want to help.
Lost your card or checkbook?
If you lose your credit card/debit card/checkbook or if you notice fraudulent charges after hours, there are a few things you can do to help protect yourself until you’re able to speak with a fraud specialist.
Services Available to Premium Checking Account Holders
Premium Checking Account holders (and their household members**) have FREE access to various ID theft resolution services – provided by Identity Theft 911®. Identity theft and fraud can sometimes take years to resolve. If you’re a victim, you don’t have to go it alone. Our resolution services include services like unlimited assistance from a fraud specialist, systematic notifications to creditors and government agencies, assistance filing police reports, credit monitoring, and so much more! Learn more about our Premium Checking Account.
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Fraud & ID theft resolution assistance (including medical identity theft)
Contact us immediately if you notice…
- unauthorized withdrawals from an account.
- unauthorized charges.
- accounts on your credit report that aren’t yours.
- you’ve received credit card/offers in the name of your minor child.
- you’ve received statements or collection calls for medical services you never received.
- …something else that indicates your identity/accounts are being used inappropriately.
Preventative Services for Many of Life’s Changes that Could Leave You Vulnerable
Contact us when you…
- are deploying, or being called to active-duty service.
- lose a wallet.
- suffer a burglary at your property.
- learn that an organization you deal with has had a security breach.
- experience a natural disaster and need help restoring important documents.
- respond to a potential phishing/smishing/vishing attempt.
- are getting married and need with marriage license requirements, name changes, or creditor notifications.
- suffer the loss of a spouse or other immediate family member and need help protecting the deceased’s credit, notifying credit issuers, inquiring about death benefits associated with accounts, etc.
- notice someone looking over your shoulder while you use an ATM or computer.
- …have other questions about suspicious or potentially fraudulent activity.
All Members Can Access Identity Theft 911’s Website
All members are invited to access this website, powered by Identity Theft 911. It’s updated daily, and it features helpful information about the latest scams and how to avoid them, database breach notifications, and more!
- Preventative tips
- News alerts regarding the latest scams
- Newsletters that provide insight into the crime of identity theft
- Access to important internet resources
- Travel Tips