Home Depot has confirmed that their payment data system was breached for debit and credit cards which could impact any customer that has used their payment card at their U.S. and Canadian stores, from April 11th to September 7th.

What is State CS doing for your protection?

- You will receive a phone call from State CS indicating that a new card is being issued. So that you can still have access to your money, you will be able to use your card with the PIN. The credit side of your current card will be turned off immediately. This protection will allow you to use your card until the new card is received. When you receive your new card you will need to call 785-2470 in order to assign yourself a new PIN.

- As always, all of your State CS cards have zero liability which means you’re not liable for unauthorized transactions that you report to the Credit Union.

What is Home Depot doing for your protection?

Home Depot is offering free identity protection services, including credit monitoring, to any customer who has shopped at a Home Depot store in 2014, from April on.

You can learn more about the identity protection services and how to sign up for these services at the following link: https://homedepot.allclearid.com

What can you do for your protection?

It is important to closely monitor your account activity along with your statements and notify State CS of any unauthorized activity.

Please remember that the Credit Union would never contact you by text, e-mail or phone call and request you to enter your personal account data, including your PIN. This is a fraudulent message attempting to gain access to your debit card information.