Here's what to do if your information has been compromised.
A lot of crooked people want to get straight to your money. Put up your defenses by following these tips and taking these steps to combat fraud.
Anyone who reads or watches the news knows identity theft is on the rise. Here's how to protect against it.
- If you think your financial information has been compromised by cyber-criminals, call us immediately at 806.798.5554
- Take additional steps to prevent financial damage
This is a stressful time, but don't panic. Contact us immediately and make sure you put a freeze on your card through our mobile app or online banking.
When you're online, use caution and common sense to protect your personal information.
- Protect yourself against scams, viruses and other electronic attacks
- Advice from reliable sources help you learn how to identify bogus emails, malware-spreading attachments and fake websites
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