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Protecting your information is our first priority
At Banner Bank, our first priority is protecting your identity and personal information. You can feel confident using our banking services with Banner Bank's comprehensive security protection.
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How Banner Protects You
Banner Bank is committed to protecting your personal information. We've created a variety of important security tips to help you protect your personal and business financial information.
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Email and Online Fraud
To protect yourself against email and online fraud, be very alert to unsolicited emails you receive from companies you don't know or do business with.
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Prevent Identity Theft
Identity theft happens when someone obtains your personal information, such as name, date of birth, social security number or mother's maiden name to commit fraud or other crimes. Read tips on how to protect yourself and report crimes.
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Online Banking Security
One of the first times you access your accounts online, we’ll ask you to choose and answer three (3) personal verification questions.
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Threats to Your Identity
High tech thieves are out there. Fraud happens on the phone, online, in the mail, even at the ATM. Criminals are hard at work trying to hijack your identity and steal your money.
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Keep Your Mobile Data Safe
Cellphones and tablets make life easier — unless they fall into the wrong hands. You wouldn't leave your wallet lying around in a public place, right?
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Protecting Your Business from Fraud
Businesses and consumers both need to be aware of the computer-related crimes affecting them.
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Payment Processing Breech
Recently there have been payment processing security breaches that impacted some of Banner Bank’s debit and credit cardholders. After careful review, Banner Bank decided to replace debit and credit cards which were possibly affected.