Lebanon Federal Credit Union
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to continue to membership application
to Members for Customer Identification Program -
PATRIOT Act (Uniting and Strengthening
Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism),
every financial institution in the United States will be required to
ask new and existing members for identification prior to opening new
accounts, adding individuals to existing accounts, and for some
transactions like wire transfers and ACH. This rule becomes
October 25, 2002
If the staff of the Lebanon Federal Credit
Union asks you to provide a photo ID, the request is not meant to
invade your privacy or not acknowledge you if you are a long time
member. We are simply
complying with a new federal regulation that is designed to protect
you from identity theft and protect the credit union from being used
for criminal activity.
For account transactions, you will only be
asked for one form of ID. If you are opening a new account or adding
someone to an existing account, you will be asked to provide at
least two forms of ID. If you do not have this information with you
at the time you make your request, we will not complete the
transaction until it is provided.
The following is a list of acceptable
identification. The ID provided must show your Name, Social Security
Number/Tax Identification Number, residence, and date of birth.
One form of identification MUST be a photo ID like a(n):
Un-expired state driver’s
Military ID card
Any other form of Government
Employer issued photo ID * (1)
Student ID card * (2)
Other identification documents
Social Security Cards
Certified Birth Certificates
Forms of ID noted
with (*) must be accompanied by:
A recent pay
stub from your employer and Social Security card showing your social
If you do not have the forms of ID required, visit or call
a Member Service Officer to discuss your options.
be asked to provide a name of a school official who can be contacted
to confirm identity.
opening accounts for minor children will have to provide ID for
themselves and a social security card for the minor child.
Individuals opening business accounts will have to provide
additional information for the business.
Please visit or call a Member Service Officer.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Federal Credit Union Management