Security Center

Safe & Secure: Your Money and Account Details

BMI Federal Credit Union is always looking out for your best interests financially. And that commitment extends to your online security too. Just as you expect your money to be safe with us, you can be sure we're doing everything we can to ensure that your personal information is equally safe.

How We Protect You and Your Money

 You can bank online with confidence because BMI Federal Credit Union uses the latest encryption and security software to protect your valuable account information. 

Federal law requires us to tell you how we collect, share and protect your personal information. You may review our Privacy Policy and practices with respect to your personal information.

Protecting your savings with the highest level of security available is one of our major objectives. That is why we combine your Federal Deposit Insurance Coverage (FDIC) with Excess Deposit Insurance protection from Excess Share Insurance (ESI), a subsidiary of American Share Insurance, the nation's largest private deposit insurer.

Your accounts are currently insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the federal government. Additionally, your board of directors has chosen to provide up to an additional $250,000 of savings protection to each qualifying account through ESI.

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Below is an archive of recent and past articles from our Security Center:

Protect Your Identity | Personal Security Tips | BMI FCU Aug 6, 2018

Often, identity thieves will use another person's personal information, such as a Social Security number, mother's maiden name, date of birth, or account number to open fraudulent new…
Visa Chip Technology | Credit Union Credit Cards | BMI FCU Aug 6, 2018
Introducing chip technology for BMI Federal Credit Union BMI FCU Visa® Credit Cards now come with built-in chip technology. This gives you greater fraud protection when you use your card at a…
Report Fraud in Central Ohio | BMI Federal Credit Union Mar 16, 2018
Contact the fraud department of each of the three major credit reporting agencies (CRAs). Report the identity theft and request that the credit bureaus place a fraud alert and a victim's…