Security

At Members Source we are committed to keeping you and your financial information safe. Having said this, it is recommended that you educate yourself on the different kinds of security risks you can encounter and how to deal with them.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the security of your accounts please contact us at 219-756-4141 or 800-260-5183. Also feel free to browse the following links provided to you by Members Source and the Indiana Attorney General for more security information.


ATM Security (10/6/17)
There has been a recent increase in skimmers being placed on ATMs at local financial institutions. A skimmer is a device attached to an ATM that captures cardholders debit/credit card numbers and PINs. Learn More

Office of the Indiana Attorney General (10/6/17)
Indiana's one-stop resource for consumer information and education brought to you by the Indiana Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division. Learn More

Credit Protection (10/6/17)
Protecting your identity begins by reducing the number of places where your personal information can be found. Reducing the number of credit cards you have and only carrying the cards that you intend to use may help reduce your risk of becoming an identity theft victim. Learn More

Online Protection (10/6/17)
There are important ways you can protect yourself from identity thieves online such as using strong passwords and installing an electronic firewall to keep internet hackers from accessing your computer. Learn More

ID Theft Victim Kit (10/6/17)
As soon as you become aware your personal information has been stolen and/or used by someone else, you should act quickly and follow the steps outlined in the ID Theft Victim Kit. The kit was designed as a comprehensive guide to guide victims through the process of clearing their names. Learn More

Credit Freeze (10/6/17)
A credit freeze, also known as a security freeze, is a consumer right provided by Indiana law. Placing a security freeze on your credit reports can block an identity thief from opening a new account or obtaining credit in your name. Learn More