LA Fireman’s Credit Union Records Compromised

The $889 million Los Angeles Firemen’s Credit Union has notified “an extremely small percentage” of its more than 28,000 members that private information may have been compromised.   The May 10 letter from CEO Michael Maestro said that some member’s files were “not properly moved” when the CU relocated.  The data that could have been compromised included names, addresses, phone numbers, account numbers, social security numbers and other identifiers.  “While this was an isolated incident direct related to our move, we’re carefully reviewing our operational policies and procedures to ensure this type of situation never happens again,” he added.