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3 steps to take if your debit card was hacked

Keep a close eye on your account activity and report suspicious transactions immediately using this form. The sooner you tell us about any unauthorized debits or charges, the better off you’ll be.

1. Check your accounts for unauthorized charges or debits and continue monitoring your accounts

If you have online or mobile access to your accounts, check your transactions as frequently as possible. If you receive paper statements, be sure to open them and review them closely.

2. Report a suspicious charge or debit immediately

Contact us immediately if you suspect an unauthorized debit. If your physical credit card has not been lost you can protect yourself from being liable for unauthorized debit card charges by reporting those charges immediately after you find out about them. If you spot a fraudulent transaction, complete this form and return it.

3. Know when to ignore anyone contacting you to “verify” your account information by phone or email

This could be a common scam, often referred to as “phishing,” to steal your account information. We never ask for account information through phone or email that they initiate. If you receive this type of contact, you should immediately call People Driven Credit Union at (248) 263-4100. For more information on phishing scams, check out the FTC’s consumer alerts . For more information, check out consumer advisory.  &  IDENTITY THEFT AND FRAUD