Consumer Alerts


Why isn't my debit card working?


We have implemented new rules in regards to debit card tra
nsactions occurring outside of Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota.  We know there are other merchants affected, or infected by the same malware that was used in the Target data loss.  Because we have not yet been notified which debit cards might be compromised our debit cards will now require customers to use a PIN in order to complete purchases at some retail stores, such as grocery stores, discount stores, and drug stores that are located outside of our area.  You will do this by selecting the DEBIT option instead of the CREDIT option when making a purchase.  Please review your statements carefully and if you see any outstate activity that was not authorized by you, contact us at 651-462-7611.  We apologize for any inconvenience, but feel these steps are necessary in order to prevent any further fraud.


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Other FDIC Resources for Consumers
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