Call for TopLine Board Candidates
TopLine's Nominating Committee is looking for candidates to serve on TopLine's Board of Directors as volunteers. Terms will begin following TopLine's Annual Meeting in April 2018 and continue for three years.
What do board members do? TopLine board members oversee credit union operations. They meet once each month to determine policies to be implemented by credit union staff, attend educational sessions and serve on at least one special committee.
Why should I volunteer? Board membership provides an excellent opportunity for you to apply your financial and leadership experience. You will help others by determining the best way your credit union can serve its membership.
What qualifications do I need? Qualified candidates are TopLine members in good standing, have a sincere desire to serve the credit union in an official capacity, and are willing to devote the necessary time to the position.
For more information and additional qualification criteria, contact TopLine Vice President Vicki Erickson at 763-391-9494 or send an email to verickson@TopLinecu.com.
All nomination information must be received by November 11, 2017.
Important! Equifax Data Breach
TopLine is here for you and will do our very best to protect you and your accounts against scams.
Cybersecurity, data breaches, malware and hacking present huge challenges for all industries, and TopLine has many security factors in place to safeguard your accounts and can also assist you proactively in keeping your accounts secure. Visit Keep Your Account Safe for some proactive tips, like using strong passwords, signing up for alerts and checking your credit report. If you should ever have any questions or feel you may have been a victim of a scam, please contact us immediately for assistance at 763-391-9494.
Please be advised: TopLine will never ask for your personal information unless you initiate a conversation with us. Be aware of those that contact you via mail, email or phone and ask for your personal information, never provide any identifying information as this has the potential of being a scam.
Be aware: If you should receive a call from Equifax, this is a scam. Do not provide any personal information. For more details visit the Federal Trade Commission website. Here are some tips for recognizing and preventing phone scams and imposter scams.
Equifax, a credit bureau reporting agency, recently announced a data breach potentially impacting over 140 million U.S. consumers.
- Equifax has created a website, http://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com/, to provide more details and help consumers determine whether their personal data is at risk.
- Equifax has established a dedicated call center, 866-447-7559 which is available every day (including weekends) from 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m. Eastern time.
- Equifax will send direct mail notices to consumers whose credit card numbers or dispute documents with personal identifying information were impacted.
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