Welcome to the Wisconsin Electrical Employees Benefit Fund's web page. This newly established web page will have ongoing additions as we proceed. You are now able to view your Sub account, Flex account and check your dollar bank balance and eligibility status under the Health and Welfare Benefit Fund on this web page. If you have any questions please contact the Wisconsin Electrical Employees Benefit Fund office at 1-800-422-2128.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 23, 2020 THE FUND OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL WALK-INS DUE TO COVID-19. WEEBF PHONE LINES WILL REMAIN OPEN AT THIS TIME.
Information Available From Anthem on Cyber Attack
Anthem has created a website – www.anthemfacts.com and a hotline, 1-877-263-7995, for its members to call for more information. Anthem has also posted some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the breach http://www.anthemfacts.com/faq Anthem’s website states that Anthem will notify individuals whose information has been accessed and provide credit monitoring and identity protection services free of charge.
Beware of any emails or phone calls from anyone who claims to be from Anthem. Anthem is NOT emailing or calling anyone regarding the cyber-attack. Below is a description from Anthem of some tactics scam artists are using to try to obtain information.
We’d like to alert you to an item related to the recent cyber-attack against Anthem.
Members who may have been impacted by the cyber-attack against Anthem should be aware of scam email campaigns targeting current and former Anthem members. These scams, designed to capture personal information (known as “phishing”) appear as if they are from Anthem and the emails include a “click here” link for credit monitoring. These emails are NOT from Anthem. Please remind your members:
- DO NOT click on any links in email.
- DO NOT reply to the email or reach out to the senders in any way.
- DO NOT supply any information on the website that may open, if you have clicked on a link in email.
- DO NOT open any attachments that arrive with email.
Anthem is not calling members regarding the cyber-attack and is not asking for credit card information or social security numbers over the phone.
This outreach is from scam artists who are trying to trick consumers into sharing personal data. There is no indication that the scam email campaigns are being conducted by those that committed the cyber-attack, or that the information accessed in the attack is being used by the scammers.
Anthem will contact current and former affected members via mail delivered by the U.S. Postal Service about the cyber-attack with specific information on how to enroll in credit monitoring. Affected members will receive free credit monitoring and ID protection services.
Additional information about the cyber-attack against Anthem is available at www.anthemfacts.com
For more guidance on recognizing scam email, please visit the FTC Website: