Union Bank Investigating Debit Card Breach

by | Dec 16, 2014 | Business

Union First Market Bank is warning of a possible breach of some customer debit cards.

“We have identified, and are currently investigating, a select group of Union debit cards that appear to be impacted by a compromise,” bank officials said on Union First Market’s website. “For those customers, we have restricted ATM and PIN-based activity at this time. Signature based transactions are currently available.”

Bank officials suggested all customers revisit these security steps:

– Review your account activity frequently via online, mobile banking or bank statements.
– If you do identify any unauthorized activity on your account, immediately contact us so that we can
block your card.
– Report missing or stolen cards, immediately to 800-990-4828.
– Memorize your PIN. Never write it down or keep it stored with your card.
– If something doesn’t look right with one of our ATMs, stop your transaction and inform a Union
teammate immediately. Union customers have 24/7 fraud reporting capabilities through the toll free number.

Customers are never responsible for unauthorized, fraudulent activity, and any fraud will be rectified and reimbursed, Union First officials said.

The nine Fredericksburg area Union Market Banks are at:
– Kenmore, 725 Kenmore Ave.
– Fall Hill, 2811 Fall Hill Ave.
– Shannon Park, 3301 Shannon Park Dr.
– Falmouth, 622 Cambridge St.
– Chancellor, 4109 Plank Rd.
– Cosner’s Corner, 10131 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
– Harrison Crossing, 5831 Plank Rd.
– Leavells, 10415 Courthouse Rd., Spotsylvania
– Berea Marketplace, 1044 Warrenton Rd., Stafford

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