Security Alert



In response to the recent press release by Target Corporation regarding the unauthorized access to payment card data of credit and debit cards, United Prairie strongly suggests all debit card holders (and credit card) pay particular attention to their account activity for any unauthorized transactions. Please contact your local United Prairie Bank location for assistance if any unauthorized activity is found. United Prairie is confident in the security precautions in place for its cardholders and is staying close to this issue. Target has posted information on its website along with this contact number, 866.852.8680, for any customers who suspect unauthorized activity.



Recently a United Prairie customer has experienced a scam we want to make you aware of. A pop-up window shows up saying "Your credit score has changed recently. Please click here for your Free Score."

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This is a scam and you should avoid clicking on the pop-up window. Close your browser immediately and scan your computer for viruses or malware.

At United Prairie, we will never initiate an email or pop-up window requesting personal identifying information. If you receive an email or pop-up requesting information that appears to be from United Prairie, do not respond and contact your local United Prairie Bank branch immediately.

For more information about online security, please visit our Security Center page.

 Other common scams:

eNFact e-mail scam

An email involves a reference to the “eNFact” product.  The email directs recipients to click
on a link that takes them to a mock-Fiserv site that they believe may install malicious software.

Do not open the email or click any of the links included in the email if you receive it. It is always good practice to only open emails
from trusted sources that you are familiar with.

Here is an example of the Phishing email:

-----Original Message-----

From: eNFACT Notifications []
Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2012 11:34 AM
To: Recipients
Subject: eNFACT Case #29018

To protect your account, we monitor your ATM and debit card transactions for potentially fraudulent activity which may include a
sudden change in locale (such as when a U.S.-issued card is used unexpectedly overseas), a sudden string of costly purchases,
or any pattern associated with new fraud trends around the world.
An eNFACT Case was generated for the cardholder below:

 Transaction 1 Information:
A charge on 10/23/2011 in the amount of $438.09 in ITALY Transaction Score: 981

 Transaction 2 Information:
A charge on 10/23/2011 in the amount of $513.14 in ITALY Transaction Score: 918

 Transaction 3 Information:
A charge on 10/22/2011 in the amount of $0.02 at O  RANCH Transaction Score: 37

 The eNFACT Case is generated when a suspect transaction is detected. If this transaction was not initiated by you as the credit
card holder please follow the steps as shown at :

 Please be sure to complete the Case Resolution Notification (CRN) Form at ( .  If you have any questions,
or would like additional information pertaining to this eNFACT Case, please contact the Card Processing Center at 800-262-2024.

Password Expiration Scam

There is a new phishing scam targeting Online Banking users. The scam consists of an email with "Password Change Notification" as the subject, and comes from "". The message alerts members that their Online Banking password has apparently expired, and requests that they click a link and use a temporary password in order to update their actual Online Banking password.