A message for our customers about the Target compromise
We want to assure you that we are aware of the reported incident at Target impacting some credit and debit cardholders who used their cards at Target stores between November 27 and December 15, 2013.
Protecting customer and account information is a top priority and we take it very seriously. We are working proactively to monitor your accounts for suspicious activity. We encourage you to monitor your accounts for any suspicious activity, as well. If you notice any activity that you do not recognize, you should call our Customer Support Center at (888) 375-3093.
To better help you identify suspicious activity; enroll in account alerts to help you keep track of activity on your accounts. Sign in to online banking to set up text or email alerts based on your preferences.
Frequently Asked Questions
Was my data compromised?
Target is reporting that some credit and debit cards used at Target stores between November 27 and December 15 were compromised. If you did not use your card at a Target store during this timeframe, we do not have reason to believe your card was compromised.
What should I do?
Be vigilant on all of your accounts. Keep an eye out for suspicious activity and report it immediately.
If you used your Target Debit Card during the incident time frame and identify suspicious activity, please contact Target Stores.
If you used your First Guaranty Bank Debit Card during the incident time frame and identify suspicious activity, contact our Customer Support Center at (888) 375-3093. If your card was breached, we will be reissuing a new card at no charge to you.