I shop at Target but have not shopped there recently do I need to be concerned?
If you shopped at a Target Store between the dates of November 27 and Saturday, December 15, 2013; we recommend that you be aware of the fact that your card information may have been compromised. If you have not shopped there within these timeframes we still recommend that you review your account history online, and your statements to confirm the activity represented are transactions you have conducted/authorized. Payment systems breaches are an unfortunate reality, and we will work with you to protect your information and monitor activity to prevent fraud.
Will you be replacing my card?
It is not necessary to have your card replaced at this time. American Eagle FCU has fraud detection processes to protect our member accounts. We understand that you may have some concerns, so if you have used your card at Target between the dates November 27 and Saturday, December 15, 2013, we recommend you exercise increased diligence to review your account history, either within online banking or on your account statement.
I would like to change my PIN. How can I do this?
If you would like to change the PIN associated with your account, you may do so at any of our community branch locations (please bring your card and your identification).
Where can I get more information about this?
American Eagle FCU will work with VISA and our card vendors as further information is received about this particular incident. In addition Target has released a statement regarding the event.