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Capital One Data Breach

Equifax Data BreachOn Monday, July 29th, Capital One announced that there was a security breach involving more than 100 million customers, compromising information such as Social Security numbers, credit scores, and credit card transaction data. At this point, Capital One has not disclosed how individuals can check to see if their information had been compromised.

Capital One will notify affected individuals through “a variety of channels” and offer free credit monitoring and identity protection available to all affected.

Below are some tips to help secure your account. These are great security suggestions regardless if you didn't have your information compromised.

For more information and updates on how to tell if you’ve been affected, customers can visit the Capital One website established for this breach at https://www.capitalone.com/facts2019.

Visit Identitytheft.gov/databreach to learn more about protecting yourself after a data breach.

Sweet Savings

Is anyone interested in a hot fudge fun-dae? Ice cream and savings sound good to us! As part of this delicious offer, enjoy free ice cream when you open an account with Community Powered. As the cherry on top, we will even fund the opening deposit of a youth account.^

Don’t wait for this offer to melt away. Stop in to one of our select locations, become a member, and get your free ice cream!* Call us at (302) 368-2396, check our Facebook page for updates, or stop in to find out where these tasty treats are today.

New youth memebers get free Ice Cream!

*For Credit Union Members only, 1 per person.
^The funding of the opening deposit is for new members ages 18 and under (youth accounts).

Mobile Deposit Changes

Effective, starting May 1, 2019.

The endorsement on all checks for Mobile Deposit must say: For Mobile Deposit Only to Community Powered FCU. All payees are required to be on the account. The following checks are not accepted for Mobile Deposit: Money Orders, Cashier Checks, Insurance Claim Checks, Travelers Checks, and Credit Card Cash Advance Checks.

Please contact us at (302) 368-2396 if you have any questions.

Mobile Deposit Tips

We have received questions regarding how our Mobile Deposit program works. Here are a couple of helpful tips that should make Mobile Deposit easier to use.

To learn more about Mobile Deposit , or any of our other electronic banking products such as, Online Banking, Mobile Banking, Bill Pay, or eStatements, please visit our "Let's Get Digital" pages.


Stay Protected

Please make sure all of your contact information is up to date in our system. One of the ways we authenticate suspicious account activity is by phone number. Log into OnlineBanking, call (302) 368-2396, or stop by any of our branches to safeguard your accounts. Contact us before traveling, to ensure uninterrupted service.


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