September, 2017 - Equifax Data Breach

Consumer credit reporting bureau Equifax announced a major data breach affecting approximately 143 million Americans. The company said that from Mid-May through the end of July, criminals exploited an Equifax website vulnerability to access names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and in some cases driver's licenses. In addition, the company stated that about 209,000 Americans' credit card numbers were accessed, along with credit dispute documents with personally identifying information for 182,000 consumers. Equifax has set up a website to help consumers determine if their information was breached and, if so, to sign up for credit monitoring and identity theft protect offered by TrustedID, an Equifax subsidiary. Equifax will also mail notices to consumers whose credit card numbers of dispute documents were breached.

Equifax Data Breach FAQs


Past Notices

September, 2016 - Business E-Mail Compromise (BEC)

September, 2015 - Pre-Paid Debit Card Scam - Falsely Representing Companies

May, 2014 - Online Banking Update

April, 2014 - Customer with Windows XP Operating Systems

April, 2014 - Choice Bank services not affected by OpenSSL Software Vulnerability ('Heartbleed")

December, 2013 - Target store Addresses Card Compromise

December, 2013 - Text Message Scam


As always, if you have any questions or concerns about the notices, please feel free to contact Choice Bank directly at (920) 230-1300 or info@choice.bank