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Target Stores Data Breach: Important Customer Service Notice

On Thursday, December 19, Target stores alerted their customers of the potential for debit and credit card fraud as a result of a data compromise from purchases made in their U.S. stores between November 27 through December 15. According to current information provided by Target the compromise did not impact purchases made online.

For your protection:

- We monitor your accounts for fraud with state of the art fraud protection measures. If we believe your account is at risk for fraud, we will reissue the card. Fraud does not have to occur on your account for us to use these measures on your behalf. We will take proactive steps to help minimize the potential for fraud and protect our customers.

- All Union Bank debit and ATM cards carry Zero Liability protection, which means you are not liable for unauthorized transactions. ###DISCLAIMER:2_0 Zero Liability Fraud Alert###

- We encourage you to monitor your accounts in Online Banking and Mobile Banking and let us know immediately if you notice fraudulent transactions by calling the number on the back of your card. Additionally, you can set up proactive alerts to track your account activity.

At this time, you do not need to contact Union Bank to learn if you've been impacted. Unless you suspect fraudulent activity on your account, you can continue using your Union Bank debit or ATM card knowing that we are always working to help protect your financial information.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the number on your card or statement.