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On October 26, 2001, President George W. Bush, signed the USA Patriot Act into law; this law was subsequently replaced by the USA FREEDOM Act, upon it's expiration on June 2, 2015.

The purpose of this law is to help protect you, your family and our country from terrorism by preventing terrorist financing. We want you to know that section 326 of this Act requires our credit union to verify the identity of all credit union members. We must also verify the identity of all individuals added as signatories to and/or having access to new or existing deposit accounts and loans. We are required to retain copies of documents used to verify identity.

If you are a member who joined the credit union before the USA Patriot Act rules became effective, we may also need to verify and retain copies of any documents used to verify your identity when you request a new deposit account, apply for a loan or are added as a signatory to a new or existing deposit or loan account or if we determine verification is needed.

We ask for your understanding as we work to support these efforts to maintain the security of your funds and our country.

Construction Federal Credit Union is also dedicated to helping you prevent identity theft, in accordance with Act 334.90.

Please exercise both caution and diligence when using your CFCU Debit Card, it is a direct link to your checking account. Be aware that those that you hand it to may try to steal your account information, never allow someone to hold it outside of your presence even for a moment. Do not attempt to use it at gas pumps or other highly vulnerable areas where thieves can easily compromise your security. Together, we can keep your account(s) safe.

Report lost or stolen credit cards to: If calling from inside of the United States (888) 241-2510 or if calling from outside of the United States (909) 941-1398.

 

Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention  Fighting Back Against Identity Theft

 

Clicking on the icons above will lead you to information on what you can do to fight identity theft.