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Consumer Alerts

Recent Debit Card Compromises

Within the last few months we have seen multiple data breaches that have affected many of our Auburn Banking Company MasterCard® Debit Card cardholders.  When we receive notification from MasterCard® that a card could be compromised due to a security breach, we may have to restrict your debit card immediately.  We try to notify our affected customers first; however, there are times we are unable to contact you by phone so we will have to notify you by mail.  If you are experiencing problems with your debit card, it is very likely we have restricted it due to the recent data breach.  If it is after business hours, you can call the number on the back of your card to see if your card has been restricted.  We are very sorry for any inconvenience you may experience when trying to use your debit card, we just want to protect your account as much as possible.

Equifax Compromise

Equifax, a consumer credit reporting agency, has reported that some of its data has been breached. As you may have heard on the national news, the potential impact of this breach could be huge. Equifax has reported that this cyber security attack has the potential to touch more than 140 million consumers. Equifax is used by landlords, utility companies, potential employers and others, including many banks. Auburn Banking Company does not use Equifax,however, our secondary market lender may report to Equifax. We want our customers to know that we have not reported any of your personal information to Equifax. You can confirm whether you are at risk by visiting this website, https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com, and by watching for information from Equifax.