University of Minnesota
U Card Office Crookston
http://www.umn.edu/ucard
218-281-8548

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U Card Policy Statement

For this policy, a U Card is defined as the physical card, the data and photo printed on the card, and/or the data encoded on the card.

 

Fraudulent use of a U Card may include, but is not limited to:

  1. Misrepresentation/attempted misrepresentation of identity via issuance of a U Card
  2. Misrepresentation/attempted misrepresentation of identity via use* of a U Card
  3. Provision of a U Card to another individual for any purpose
  4. Duplication/attempted duplication of a U Card, the data or photo printed on the card, and/or the data encoded on the card or imbedded in the card
  5. Alteration or defacement, or attempted alteration or defacement of a U Card

 

 

When fraudulent use of a U Card is detected by the U Card Office or a service provider**:

 

Disclaimer:

The U Card Office is not liable for financial loss or criminal repercussions associated with lost, stolen, damaged or fraudulently used U Cards.

*Any function to which the U Card is used as the key for access (i.e. services, facilities, etc.).

**A service provider is the controller of the service or facility to which the U Card serves as the key for access. Service providers must have their own procedures regarding what, if any, attempt will be made to determine the identification of the individual attempting to fraudulently use the card. If known, the individual's name will be immediately forwarded to the U Card Office along with the confiscated U Card. Service providers may impose their own service restrictions on fraudulent card users.