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Our Supervisory Committee
For questions or comments, contact us at:
Cooper’s Cave Federal Credit Union
PO Box 462
Glens Falls, NY 12801
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Recent Fraud Alerts
A Letter from Home Depot
9/23/2014 - As you may have heard, on September 8, 2014, we confirmed that our payment data systems have been breached, which could potentially impact customers using payment cards at our U.S. and Canadian stores. On September 18, 2014, we confirmed that the malware used in the breach has been eliminated from our U.S. and Canadian stores and that we have completed a major payment security project that provides enhanced encryption of payment data at point of sale throughout our U.S. stores, offering significant new protection for customers.
09/10/14 - Cooper’s Cave FCU has received information that Home Depot has experienced unauthorized access to its systems resulting in the compromise of over 60 million credit and debit card information used at its “brick and mortar” stores from April 11 through September 7, 2014. There is no evidence that online purchases were affected by this data breach.
10/21/14 - Kmart has confirmed that it’s point of sale registers were compromised by malicious software (malware) between September 3rd and October 8, 2014. The retailer says that purchases made at Kmart.com were not affected by this breach.
A credit union recently reported receiving hundreds of calls from members and nonmembers saying they received a phone call (automated calls) on their landline or cell phone with an automated message indicating their account
May 29, 2012 – NAFCU has learned that someone claiming to be from the association is calling consumers, telling them their debit cards have been compromised and asking them to verify the correct information. Don't fall victim to this scam.