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The Equifax Data Breach:  What to Do

First Federal is deeply concerned about the recent compromise of personal information at Equifax, one of the three major consumer credit reporting bureaus. We want all consumers to be aware of ways to protect themselves and their personal information against identity theft or other related crimes.  For additional information specific to the Equifax breach, visit the Federal Trade Commission link about the breach.

As always, we remain vigilant in guarding our customers and their financial assets. However, all consumers should carefully monitor their financial accounts and immediately report any unusual activity to their bank.

Click on our Fraud Prevention link for a list of signs that might be indicators of identity theft, steps you can take to better protect your identity, as well as a course of action if you believe you have been a victim of identity theft. If you have questions or concerns about your accounts, please don’t hesitate to call or visit First Federal.



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Federal Law requires us to tell you how we collect, share, and protect your personal information. Our privacy policy has not changed and you may review our policy and practices with respect to your personal information by accessing our privacy notice (PDF) or we will mail you a free copy upon request if you call us at 419-238-1463.

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