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About 5 days ago

The Credit Union will be closed on Friday, April 19, 2019, in observance of the state holiday. Please use your Waialua FCU debit card for access to your account surcharge free at any First Hawaiian Bank ATM.

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Surcharge Free ATM’s

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Your Waialua Federal Credit Union Debit Card can be used surcharge free at any First Hawaiian Bank ATM Machine. Their ATM’s are located at 7-11, Zippy’s, Walgreens to name a few. Please visit their website for a complete list of FHB ATM’s.    

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Register your Debit Card to receive Alerts

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Take a few moments to register your debit card with Guardian. Once your register, your smart phone will receive a text from Guardian that your debit card was used without it being present. Click on the Guardian logo to register.    

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REPORT LOST OR STOLEN DEBIT CARD

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To report a lost or stolen debit card, please call the credit union during normal business hours at 637-5980. To report a lost or stolen debit card after hours, please call our Debit Card Fraud Center at 1-800-417-4592.

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REMOTE CONTROL CARDS

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Did you know that you can turn off your debit card should you want it temporarily not active? You will need access to online banking. Then, after you log in, click on the three lines in the upper left hand corner and locate “REMOTE CONTROL CARDS” and then follow the on screen instructions.    

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Prevent Identity Theft

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Defending Yourself Against Identity Theft As technology advances, you can be sure that identity thieves are not far behind. Here are some common methods cyberthieves use to steal your personal information and how you can increase your security while shopping or banking. Phishing/vishing Your email messages may not be quite what they appear to be…

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How Debit Card Fraud Happens — and How to Avoid It

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How Debit Card Fraud Happens — and How to Avoid It For many people, debit cards are the perfect plastic. They offer most of the conveniences of credit cards with no risk of accumulating debt. But like credit cards, debit cards are vulnerable to rip-off artists. And debit card fraud is particularly scary because thieves…

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