Secure Mobile Banking

Mobile banking offers many benefits – convenience, 24 hour access, the ability to check your balances, make transfers between accounts, and even make loan payments. It is a secure system, however, as with any electronic devices; there are risks and steps you can take to protect you and your financial information. 


Recognize Online Fraud

Email Fraud

Also called "phishing", "pharming", or "spoofing", email fraud occurs when internet thieves are trying to steal your confidential information such as account numbers and passwords. They send emails that appear to be from a well known company or appear as a legitimate website and entice you to disclose personal information.


Remove Your Name From Marketing Lists

Get Off Mailing Lists
Direct Marketing Association
Mail Preference Service
P.O. Box 9008, Farmingdale, NY 11735-9008


Recognize Identity Theft

Identity theft is when someone steals personal and financial information, such as your name, social security number, or an account number, and uses that information for financial gain. 


Important Contact Information

U.S. Postal Inspectors Office
Victims of fraud should contact their local post office to report any crime involving stolen mail or use of the mail in furtherance of a fraud scheme.