Equifax Security Breach

Equifax Security Breach

Personal data, including birth dates, credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and more, were obtained in the breach. This potentiates identity theft opportunities related to the 143 million personal data records that may be appended to other acquired records and leveraged for account takeovers.

What to look for

• Application fraud
• Account takeover utilizing call centers, on-line banking/websites, in-branch interactions
• Combining this data with other data breaches to gain complete consumer profiles

What our members can do

  1. Go to to check whether you are one of the 143 million people whose data may have been compromised.
  2. Set fraud alerts – all bureaus
  3. Monitor credit activity (, etc.)
  4. Reset account passwords, PIN codes and other log-in credentials on financial accounts that may be vulnerable.
  5. Establish multiple-authentication protocols for financial accounts and email, when possible
  6. Establish credit monitoring service through Equifax or through other service providers

Again, One Source FCU is here to help you, our members, in the wake of this extraordinary and unnerving breach. This is a developing story and as more information is conveyed regarding the extent of the breach, we will provide ongoing communication and advisory notifications.

If you feel you have been victimized

Please contact us immediately if you feel that your personal information has been accessed illegally.

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