At Tri City National Bank, we are working to help protect our customers and neighbors from fraud. We will continue to inform you about current frauds and safeguards.
To better protect our customers and comply with government regulations, Tri City will be upgrading our online services to use stronger authentication. This means there will be additional verification to the user id and password. More information to follow.
Unfortunately, fraudsters are using this regulation to pretend to be bank employees or regulators who are working on the stronger authentication process and asking for confidential information.
Tri City National Bank will never request information via email or telephone.
Quick action is essential if you have been the victim of fraud.
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You have probably heard or read about identity theft in the news or maybe even from a neighbor. Identity theft happens when a criminal acquires personal information - like account numbers, your social security number or even your name & address.
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Phishing is the fastest growing form of fraud. Criminals use fake emails from financial institutions to try and obtain personal information.
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While online banking is as safe as traditional paper and branch banking, you should be careful about giving out personal information over the Internet.
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We want you to be aware of some of the fraud resources available on the web.
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For additional information on these topics and others related to your financial security, click here.