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Safe Internet Banking
The Internet offers the potential for safe, convenient new ways to shop for financial services and conduct banking business, any day, any time. However, safe banking online involves making good choices – decisions that will help you avoid costly surprises or even scams.
Frequently Asked Questions About Internet Banking & Bill Pay
Learn more about our Internet Banking and Online Bill Pay services with these informative FAQs.
If you'd like to know more about the security behind our Internet Banking service, click here.
ID Theft: When Bad Things Happen to your Good Name
An identity thief co-opts some piece of your personal information and appropriates it without your knowledge to commit fraud or theft. An all-too-common example is when an identity thief uses your personal information to open a credit card account in your name. Learn More >
FDIC Consumer News
Stay up to date on the latest information from the FDIC. You can learn about important updates to regulations and read their newsletters. Learn More >
Insuring Your Deposits
Insuring Your Deposit (Basic Guide) explains the basic and most common ownership categories of insurance, including individual accounts, self-directed retirement accounts, joint accounts and revocable trust accounts. Most depositors will find that this guide will satisfy their needs. Learn More >
Check Imaging and Check 21 Legislation
Check 21 is a sweeping new federal law that takes away your ability to get back your original paper checks. Under this law, consumers will be more likely to bounce checks and may find themselves paying higher bank fees. The complicated new law gives you some rights, but those rights depend on a variety of factors, including how the merchant and the bank decide to process your check.
Click here to download this Check 21 Resource Document for more information.