Equifax Breach


Important Information Regarding the Equifax Breach

Your personal information may have been compromised during the Equifax breach. We highly recommend going to their site for additional information.

If you choose to sign up for credit monitoring through Equifax, please read all of the terms and conditions first.

According to Equifax website:

"What happened?

We identified a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files. We discovered the unauthorized access and acted immediately to stop the intrusion. We promptly engaged a leading, independent cybersecurity firm that has been conducting a comprehensive forensic review to determine the scope of the intrusion, including the specific data impacted. We also reported the criminal access to law enforcement and continue to work with authorities."

What information may have been been impacted?

The information accessed primarily includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. Criminals also accessed credit card numbers for approximately 209,000 U.S. consumers, and certain dispute documents with personal identifying information for approximately 182,000 U.S. consumers. As part of our investigation of this application vulnerability, we also identified unauthorized access to limited personal information for certain UK and Canadian residents. We have found no evidence that personal information of consumers in any other country has been impacted."

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What you can do to help keep your information safe:

  • Change your passwords frequently. Create passwords that are complex, but are also easy for you to remember.
  • Freeze your credit with the credit bureaus. If you do this, don't forget to unfreeze when applying for a loan or credit card.
  • If you don't already utilize our identity theft protection, call us for details at 317.352.0455 or visit our identity theft information page.
  • Monitor all of your accounts for suspicious activity. Notify your financial institution as soon as possible if you notice anything out of the ordinary.

What we can do:

  • We will take the appropriate measures if you notice suspicious activity on your account
  • We may ask for additional information to verify your identity. If you're NOT SURE it us, please feel free to call us at 317.352.0455.
  • Call the number on the back of your card if you notice transactions that are not transactions you have made or call us at 317.352.0455 during normal business hours.
  • Consider getting good and reputable identity theft protection. Learn more about we offer for identity theft protection.

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