Equifax Data Breach

Credit reporting company Equifax has announced a breach of their data systems. We are following this situation to stay apprised of potential impacts to the credit union and our members.
 
Most importantly, there was no breach to a Maps Credit Union computer or security system. We monitor all of our systems and members accounts 24/7 for suspicious activities with our automated fraud detection system.
 
Our top priority is to keep your information safe and secure – we continue to do so.

If you would like more information or advice about the breach, we recommend visiting the Oregon Department of Justice site here. As always, it’s a good idea to review your accounts and notify Maps of any unauthorized activity.  

Online Security

With so much information moving online these days, we all need to be aware of fraud, scams, hacking, and other threats. At Maps, we work to protect our members' privacy and make sure your personal information stays secure. Below are several resources about online safety. Find more information on specific topics of security in our Library of Online Security Information.

For information about online fraud, scams, and reporting identity theft, see:

 

NOTE: Maps will never contact you, unsolicited, to ask for your personal or account information. 

If anyone does, please report the incident to us at 1-800-688-0181.