Phishing is fraud. Plain and simple. But every day, thousands of people fall for fraudulent emails, texts, and calls from online scammers pretending to be a bank, Some of these fakes are obvious, while others can be quite convincing.

Three commone ways people get phished:
  1. Text Message - Your bank will never ask you to sign in, or give personal info via text message. Banks don't ask that.
  2. Email - Watch out for emails that asks you to click a link to provide personal information.
  3. Phone Calls - If you didn't expect a call from the bank, it could be scam. Don't provide any personal info, just hang up and call the bank yourself.
We'd like to help. Take the #BanksNeverAskThat quiz to learn how to spot online banking scams, and you could win weekly drawings up to $1,000 during the month of October, courtesy of the American Bankers Association.

Drawing prizes given in form of prepaid card. Terms and conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See official rules at www.BanksNeverAskThat.com.

Click here for more information on how to participate and check out some of the videos below.
 
   
 

LOCATIONS

GET DIRECTIONS