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When you travel the Internet to access online banking, you want to be assured, first and foremost, that effective safeguards are in place to make your visit safe, secure, and reliable. When you use online banking to visit your bank, whether it’s to learn about rates, to review your accounts or to pay your bills, you are entering a secure area. Measures they take include one or more of the following:
Whether you are conducting online financial transactions over the Internet or simply “surfing,” some easily implemented precautions can help safeguard your personal information from identity theft and account fraud:
Understanding what criminals are trying to do over the Internet is the first step in building a good defense. Most electronic fraud falls into one of three categories. Experts advise: understand these to understand how best to protect yourself.
Drop by your bank today to learn more about online banking and the security measures that are in place for your protection. Or contact any of these financial industry regulators.
As you may have heard, Equifax, one of the three largest credit monitoring bureaus in the U.S., announced a data breach at the company that may have affected 143 million U.S. consumers. The breach included social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, credit card numbers as well as other personal information. This breach does not affect your Business First Bank account. Click here for frequently asked questions on how you can protect your financial information.