What You Need to Know About the Recent
Wawa Compromise
Attention members who frequent Wawa Stores! 
As you may already be aware, Wawa recently announced that malware was discovered and may have compromised payment information of customers who used debit and credit cards as payment for in-store and fuel pump transactions.
Who Was Affected?
The breach took place between March 4th and December 12th 2019 and may have affected all Wawa locations. Information that may have been compromised includes card numbers, expiration dates, and cardholder names. Debit card PINS, credit card security codes, ID used for age verification, and ATM transactions were not affected.
What is Bay Atlantic FCU Doing?
If you completed a transaction at Wawa within the breach time-frame, our systems are automatically classing your account into a higher monitoring level for fraudulent activity.
Zero Liability is our guarantee that you won't be held responsible for unauthorized charges made with your account or account information. You're protected if your BAFCU visa debit or credit card is lost, stolen, or fraudulently used-- online or in person.
What Can I Do?
-In the coming months, please make an effort to review your transaction history for any suspicious activity.

-Wawa is giving customers the opportunity to enroll in Experian Identity Works free of charge. They've also outlined steps for placing a freeze on your credit report with the three major credit bureaus.

-Please review and make sure that the contact information we have on file for you (address, phone number, email address) is up to date.
This enables us to contact you quickly and without issue if there is any suspicious activity on your account.

-If you notice any suspicious transactions, do not hesitate to contact the credit union immediately at 856-696-2525 or toll free at 877-590-8866.
Assistance is also available via email: info@bayatlanticfcu.org