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Fraud can come in many forms. It is important as a consumer to protect yourself to avoid becoming a victim. One of the most common types of fraud attempts is to steal your identity. Identity theft starts with the misuse of your personally identifiable information such as your name and Social Security number, credit card numbers, or other financial account information. For identity thieves, this information is priceless.
There are many ways to try and steal this information, which include but are not limited to the following:
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DETER identity theft by safeguarding information
DETECT suspicious activity by monitoring accounts
DEFEND against identity theft as soon as you suspect a problem
IF YOU BECOME AN IDENTITY THEFT VICTIM
Most CPB checking plans include a basic identity theft protection package. Call Member Headquarters toll-free at 1-877-227-3123 when you need assistance. The Exceptional Plan and Plus Package have comprehensive additional benefits upon activation. If you have questions about your CPB benefits, visit your branch or call Customer Service Center at 544-0500 on Oahu or toll-free at 1-800-342-8422.
If you suspect your identity or financial information is being used fraudulently, call your bank and credit card companies immediately. The sooner you act, the better the chances of catching the culprit and of limiting the damage. File a police report. The best way for the authorities to bring criminals to justice and prevent future fraud is through sharing information. Your police report helps authorities gain insight on how the crime was committed.
To report a phising and/or fraud attempt, contact us.