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Why Legacy Bank

Legacy Bank is a locally owned and operated community bank. We have been serving the area since 1904. Legacy’s funds stay within the communities it serves. We promote growth and development around central Iowa and look to foster success for all of our customers. We pride ourselves on old fashion values while utilizing the best products possible to deliver on a customer service culture within the bank.

The people of Legacy Bank

Legacy Bank has been in the local market since 1904. Our staff is comprised of many local Iowa people and volunteers within their communities. Legacy Bank has a culture of hard work, honesty and integrity that is very important to our leadership and to our team. We are committed to the communities that we serve and it shows with the level of service and expertise that is only found through individuals willing to go the extra mile for the people we work with.

Be Wise with Accounts and Passwords

Protect Yourself from Fraud Part 3

Increase your protection by using a username and password for your bank information that is unique and not the same as other online accounts you have, in case one of those is hacked. Use strong passwords. The key aspects of a strong password are: Length (the longer the better) A mix of letters (upper and … Continued

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Guard Your Personal Information

Protect Yourself from Fraud Part 2

It is common for fraudsters to pretend to be your bank by emailing, texting or calling asking for personal information. If we contact you, we will always use your name or reference your account number. We will not ask you for your account number, social security number, PIN or password. Always check that a phone … Continued

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Be Alert Reading Emails and Texts

Protect Yourself from Fraud Part 1

Look out for phishing emails and texts that appear to come from people or companies that you trust. Look for these signs of an email or text that is NOT authentic: WHO is sending the email: Does it match emails or texts that you have received previously from your trusted source? Often a suspicious email … Continued

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