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Equifax Breach...

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Dear Customer,

You have likely heard about the recent Equifax data breach, as this unfortunate event affects approximately 44% of Americans.  Equifax was compromised and the personal information of approximately 143 million consumers was stolen. The information leaked may include:

  • Consumer names

  • Social Security numbers

  • Addresses

  • Driver’s license numbers

This was NOT a compromise of Woodford State Bank and no information was taken from our systems. We wanted to share this information about Equifax to ensure you are aware of the issue and take the proper precautions to reduce the chances of fraud and identify theft.

Equifax has set up a special website to provide updated information to consumers:

In addition, Equifax is suggesting you take the following steps to protect yourself:

  • Check if you are affected and regardless, enroll in the free identify protection offered by Equifax:  

    • Monitor your bank account for fraudulent activity

    • Obtain and monitor your credit report

    • Consider placing a “fraud alert” on your credit report

      • Consider placing a “credit freeze” on your credit report

        •, calling toll-free at 1-877-322-8228 or mailing an Annual Credit Report Request Form (available at to Annual Credit Report Request Service, P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA, 30348-5281. You may also purchase a copy of your credit report by contacting any of the credit reporting agencies below:

          PO Box 740241
          Atlanta, GA 30374


          PO Box 9554
          Allen, TX 75013


          PO Box 2000
          Chester, PA 19016


          If you believe you are the victim of identity theft, you should contact the proper law enforcement authorities, including local law enforcement, and you should consider contacting your state attorney general and/or the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”). You also may contact the FTC to obtain additional information about avoiding identity theft.

          Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Response Center
          600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20580; 1-877-IDTHEFT (438-4338)

          State Attorneys General: Information on how to contact your state attorney general may be found at

          You may obtain information from the FTC and the credit reporting agencies listed above about placing a fraud alert and/or credit freeze on your credit report. Please also visit the “State Information” tab of this site.

          Please contact Equifax for specific questions about the Equifax breach and its effect on your information. Equifax has set up a dedicated call center, which you can contact at 866-447-7559. If you have other questions, please feel free to contact us at 608-325-7766.

Woodford State Bank cares about your financial protection, which is why we provide a way for you to obtain your credit report.  Please follow the link below to obtain your annual credit report. 

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