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We’re aware of the recent breach at Equifax. Here are some steps you can take if you think your information has been compromised:
  • Visit Equifax.com to find out if you’ve been impacted.
  • Review your credit report for FREE in one of two ways:
    • As a member of Oklahoma Central, you have access to GreenPath, our financial counseling and education partner, who will review your credit report with you (for free once a year), answer questions regarding fraud, etc. Learn how you can review your report with a GreenPath expert or call 877-337-3399 to speak with one now.
    • Access your free credit report (once per year) from each of the three credit bureaus—Experian, Trans Union, and Equifax—at annualcreditreport.com. The reports are free but expect to pay about $5 if you want to see your credit score.
  • Monitor your bank accounts for any suspicious activity.
  • Consider placing a freeze on your credit files, which makes it harder for someone to open a new account in your name. Contact each of the nationwide credit reporting companies:
    • Equifax — 1-800-349-9960
    • Experian — 1 888 397 3742
    • TransUnion — 1-888-909-8872
  • Place a fraud alert on your credit file if you believe your information may be compromised. This warns creditors and ensures they thoroughly verify that the person opening an account is really you. To place a fraud alert on credit reports, contact one of the nationwide credit reporting companies:
    • Equifax — 1-800-349-9960
    • Experian — 1 888 397 3742
    • TransUnion — 1-888-909-8872
    A fraud alert is free. You must provide proof of your identity.

Member Security

Protecting your accounts is a top priority for Oklahoma Central. Using state-of-the-art fraud prevention systems, our dedicated staff constantly monitors accounts for suspicious activity.

Ways to Protect Your Account

Follow these steps:
  • Update usernames and passwords by using a combination of letters (capital and lowercase), numbers and special characters. Use unique passwords for each account.
  • Set up email and/or text notifications within your online banking account.
  • Inform your financial institution and credit card companies of upcoming travel plans.
  • Activate two-step authentication on accounts.

For more ways to protect your online accounts, check out our Security Center and our recent blog article, 5 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Online Accounts.

For more information on the data breach, visit Equifax.com.

Visit identitytheft.gov/databreach to learn more about protecting your information after a data breach.