CUSTOMER ALERT: Due to a high incidence of Spam, Scams, and fraud, we are providing some best practices for you: 1. If you get a call from our Fraud department, we will NEVER request that you send money via Zelle or any other method. 2. If you receive a call from our Fraud department, you are welcome to hang up and call us back on the number on the back of your card or your local branch to verify if this is legitimate or not. 3. If you receive an email about your PIN or Password having been changed, we strongly recommend that you access your account and change your password even if you are still able to access your account


Mobile Banking Safety Tips

Using a smartphone, "tablet" computer or other mobile device to manage your finances can be convenient and help you monitor your money from practically anywhere. At the same time, it's important to take steps to protect your account information.

Learn from the experts how to avoid becoming a victim of hackers and cyber-criminals. When you get an offer for something "Free," remember the old adage, "You get what you pay for." Downloading free materials from the Internet is a common way for a hacker to load a program on your computer or cell phone.

Once a hacker loads his "Free" program on your cell phone or computer – he may quickly gain control of your passwords and account numbers and begin stealing your money.

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