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Our Security Promise

Service1 Federal Credit Union will never ask for any personal credit card or financial information via email. We do not share our internal email lists with anyone and have security in place to ensure that our internal databases are not being accessed. View our Privacy Policy.

Was Your Wallet Lost or Stolen?

After you determine that the wallet is definitely gone and not just hiding in a couch cushion, there are some steps you must take quickly: 

  1. File a police report to establish a record of your loss. They’ll need to know when it was lost or stolen, what you think happened and what was in the wallet.
  2. Call your nearest branch. You may need to close and reopen your accounts, and likely need to cancel your debit, credit, and ATM cards.
  3. If your checkbook is missing, you’ll need to close that account and reconfigure any direct deposits and auto-payments you’ve arranged.
  4. Call your credit card issuers. They will cancel your cards and issue new ones. They’ll also ask you about recent transactions. Under federal credit rules, if you report the loss before your card is used fraudulently, you are not liable; if not, your liability is limited to $50.
  5. Call the three major credit reporting bureaus and ask to put a fraud alert on your file to prevent identity theft in the future. The initial fraud alert is activated for 90 days. You also can request an extended fraud alert, which remains in effect for seven years. 

              Equifax: 800-525-6285 or  

              Experian: 888-397-3742 or

              TransUnion: 800-680-7289 or

  1. If your Social Security card was in your wallet (we recommend you not keep it in your wallet), you will need to call your local Social Security Administration office. 
  1. Order your credit report from each of the three credit reporting bureaus to make sure there’s nothing fraudulent being reported. You are entitled to one free report from each of the three bureaus every 12 months through — the official site created under the auspices of the Federal Trade Commission. Also, be sure to regularly review your Service1 FCU statement, plus any other bank and credit card statements.

Protect Yourself

In addition to the security measures we take, you can also protect yourself by signing up for Kasasa Protect®Find out more about this identity protection and restoration solution.

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