Recently we learned of phishing emails (email spoofs with links that could compromise your personal information) that are related to the Target data security breach. The emails look like they are from Target and play on the fears of the public by suggesting that their card has been compromised. If you should receive one of these emails you should not open any links or attachments sent in the email because doing so could provide unauthorized access to your personal information. Target plans to post emails to their data security breach update website to inform customers of the difference between a valid and fraudulent email. If you have already compromised your personal data by clicking one of the links in a phishing email please monitor your account, credit card and debit card transactions, and please notify Members CU if you feel that your Members CU account information has been fraudulently obtained. Contact Members CU's Card Services Department at 800-951-8000, ext 268. For more information about safeguarding your personal information please visit www.memcu.com/protect-yourself-from-identity-theft/

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