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Target debit/credit card breach

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As you’ve probably seen on the news, the information from about 70 million debit and credit cards used at Target has been compromised. If you shopped at any Target store between November 27th and December 15th this year, please monitor your account closely.

We do not know which cards they have gained access to, so we are cautioning everyone to keep an eye out. This means looking for purchases or charges that you did not make, and checking often.

  • For debit cards: Be sure to use eBranch and/or Mobile Money to watch your account. These are free services and especially convenient in situations like this. If you do not have access to a computer, feel free to stop by either of our branches to see your account. Should you see something on your account that is not right, please call us right away at (563)264-7210. We do NOT recommend waiting for your monthly statement to look for anything odd.
  • For credit cards: If you have a credit card through us, click here to keep an eye on your account. If you see something fraudulent, please call 888-428-4721 and you’ll be taken care of.

When we receive word of which cards are at risk, we will contact you immediately if you’re on the list. It is crucial we have your most current contact information so we can get a hold of you. If anything has changed, please either fill out this online form or call us at (563)264-7210.


We received the list of our members’ debit and credit cards that have been compromised in this debacle. Letters went out December 26th to these individuals so if you are one of them, you will receive a letter from us. Please continue to keep an eye on your account(s) in the meantime.

If you do not receive a letter from us, your card was not compromised in the Target breach.

**Update Part 2**

Another list of compromised cards was released and more letters were sent out on December 30th.

**Update Part 3**

Card issuing companies are having trouble keeping up with all the cards that need to be reissued and we’re afraid we don’t know when the new cards will arrive. A letter is going out to notify all the involved parties about the situation but we have a sneaking suspicion that more cards will be added to the compromised list soon. This means we still strongly urge everyone (whether you’ve received a letter or not) to monitor their accounts on a daily basis using eBranch or Mobile Money and look for any fraudulent activity. Let’s keep our heads on a swivel, folks!