If you ever know or suspect that you are a victim of identity theft or any sort of fraud, there are several things you should do.
Regularly monitoring your account activity is a good way to detect fraudulent activity. If you notice unauthorized transactions under your account, notify American Savings, FSB immediately.
= Contact us immediately if you suspect you have fallen victim to a social engineering attack and have disclosed information concerning your American Savings, FSB accounts.
Call us at 219-836-5870 or visit your local American Savings, FSB branch location.
of the three
they place a
Equifax = www.equifax.com = 1-800-525-6285
Experian = www.experian.com = 1-800-397-3742
Trans-Union = www.transunion.com = 1-800-680-7289
Note: You only need to contact one agency, as they will then contact the other two
that you may
= Contact the police to report the crime and request a copy of the report
= Contact the Federal Trade Commission to make a report
= Contact any business likely to be affected and let them know
= Keep good records of everything you do, when you do it, and whom you speak with
Debit and ATM Cards
If you believe your debit or ATM card card has been lost or stolen, call American Savings, FSB immediately at:
Hammond (219) 931-1015
Dyer (219) 322-5005
Schererville (219) 365-6700
We will stop the use of your card immediately and order a new one for you.If you believe your debit or ATM card has been lost or stolen and it is after bank hours, please call toll free to 877-849-5533 and follow the instructions provided.