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HAPS PROGRAM AGREEMENT

ARBITRATION HEARING

BARGAINING MEMBERS

BONUS

BYLAWS

PROPOSED BYLAWS CHANGES

CONTENTS

UNION CONTRACT

D-DAY AGAINST RUMSFELD

AFGE DENTAL TRUST PROBLEM

FEPCA

GRIEVANCE

JOINT TRAVEL REGULATION

UNION LETTER

FREQUENT FLYER MILES

NEGOTIATIONS 1

NEGOTIATIONS 2

UNION OFFICIALS

TRANSIT SUBSIDY AGREEMENT

RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION

TRAVEL SCAM

NEWS

USE OF GOVERNMENT EQUIPMENT

PAYMENT OF EXPENSES

APCs,

Please warn your cardholders of the following charge card scam.

TRAVEL CARD SCAM: We have been informed by VISA of a possible scam designed to obtain cardholders personal data and account information. The scam involves a cardholder receiving a letter indicating that:

"your credit card is cancelled until further notice and this is in accordance with article 205 of chapter 210 of the international fraud department. We suspect that your card has been involved in criminal activity. In the next two days one of our investigators will contact you on the phone and proceed to verify your customer information. . ."

VISA reports that it is not sending this letter. Please do not respond to this letter or any subsequent telephone calls related to the letter. Cardholders are reminded that the Bank of America will NEVER contact a cardholder and ask them to disclose their account number. Also, do not disclose personal information such as (SSN, account number, name, address, phone, etc.) to anyone that calls. If cardholders receive a mailing that they need to respond to they should call Bank of America by using the number on the back of their card.

Please let me know if your cardholders report receiving these letters.


Kathy Windsor, DCAA-CM