Preventing Identity Theft


Globally, identity theft costs its victims billions of dollars - not to mention the time and hassle involved in recovering a stolen identity. The key to preventing identity theft is being smart with your personal data in all its various forms. Not all identity theft starts online. Trash cans and recycling bins are still an easy way for thieves to access your personal information. Learn what you can do to avoid identity theft in this section.


Presentation

Identity Theft Guidebook

Learn the simple steps you can take to avoid having your identity stolen.


View Guidebook (PDF)

Handout

Identify Theft Reference Guide

View this one-page guide that explains the keys to understanding and preventing Identity Theft.


View Guide (PDF)

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  • Log in to Online Banking at the top of the page by using your member number and the last four digits of your SSN, or if it is a business, the last four digits of your tax ID as your temporary password. You will be prompted to change your PIN through this process.
  • Confirm personal account information and accept the disclosure agreement.
  • Create a secure Username and Password for OnLine Banking.
  • Verify your identity by receiving and entering your One Time Passcode.
  • Select "Yes, register my private computer" if you are using a private home computer, or "No, this is a public computer" if using a public or shared computer (work, library, internet café).
  • Keep your personal User Name and Password private and confidential for future use.
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