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Protect Yourself from Fraud Part 2

By | Jul 11, 2019
Guard Your Personal Information

Guard Your Personal Information

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 number listed in an email or text is a number familiar to you and/or matches a number that you can verify through bank information you have received or can get by looking it up (by a method that you initiate yourself) prior to calling that number.
  • If you are not comfortable or certain that someone contacting you is from your bank, end the call and contact the bank yourself to inquire.