Notice to CFBT Card Holders - Target Breach
January 14, 2014
Visa is working diligently to compile all the affected cards in the Target breach. If you have not received a letter from CFBK and you used your card during the timeframe of 11/27/13
thru 12/15/13 then you need to order a new card and close your compromised card. It is very important that you be proactive with this massive breach to get ahead of the fraudsters and order a new card at your earliest convenience. Please monitor your
account on our online banking, mobile banking and phone bank and report any unauthorized activity to us.
January 6, 2014
Due to the large Target compromise we are unable to reissue your card as recently stated on our website. Letters will be mailed this week to the affected cardholders. If you used your Community First Visa Debit card at Target on November
27, 2013 thru December 15, 2013 you have been affected by this breach. Please come in to any branch that is convenient for you to order your new debit card as soon as possible. We ask that you check your account and notify us immediately if you have
any unauthorized activity. You may sign up for mobile banking and online banking to view your activity.
December 31, 2013
Important Update: Fraudulent transactions are hitting some of the affected compromised cards. Our fraud tracking system has a closer watch on the affected cards and your card may be denied, please monitor your account and notify us immediately at 1-888-616-6440 or 931-380-2265 if you notice any unusual activity. If you used your card at Target within the dates of November 27th thru December 15th we are in the process of replacing the compromised cards. You should be receiving the replacement card within the next two weeks.
December 23, 2013
On December 19, 2013, the retail merchant Target acknowledged that unauthorized access to its network had occurred which may have compromised customer debit or credit card information. The compromise occurred from November 27 thru December 15 of 2013. According to current information, the compromise did not impact online purchases.