Identity Theft Tips: Protect yourself from becoming a victim
- We may contact you regarding your account or suspicious activities related to your account. However, we will not ask you to provide your internet banking log-in credentials over the phone or via e-mail.
- Keep your financial records and documents with your sensitive personal information in a secure place. Retrieve any personal mailing from the mail box promptly and considering temporarily holding your mail at the post office while you’re out of town.
- Always ask questions before giving out your Social Security Number over the phone, through the mail or via internet. Ensure that you provide it only for a legitimate reason with a trusted organization.
- Regularly review your bank account statement for any unusual transaction and contact the financial institution promptly upon detection of any suspicious transaction.
- Never disclose your ATM PIN to anyone.
- Regularly review your credit report for any unknown accounts or transactions.
Reporting ID Theft Fraud
If you believe you have become a victim of Identity Theft fraud, promptly contact the following major credit bureaus’ fraud hotlines to report it and place a fraud alert on your account.
- Equifax Fraud Hotline 1-800-525-6285
- Experian Fraud Hotline 1-888-EXPERIAN (397-3742)
- TransUnion Fraud Hotline 1-800-680-7289
You are encouraged to contact your local law enforcement agency to report the suspected fraud. Also promptly contact us for assistance, if your financial record with Noah Bank has been affected by the fraud.