Right now, we’re hearing about anonymous, automated phone calls asking for account information to "release (unspecified) transactions from a security hold". The call then asks for a 16-digit debit card number. If you enter it--it’s too late.
This call is NOT being initiated by Green Bank or any bank.
Never enter account or card numbers when receiving an automated call. And remember—Green Bank will always call you in person if we think something is wrong or fishy with your account.
Please notify us at 1-800-316-7572 if you feel you have been a victim.
Green Bank is committed to keep your online information safe and secure. In so doing, we employ security measures that comply with federal regulations. We value the protection of your information and have provided resources below to help you safeguard it.
We've assembled some information that will be helpful for you as you think about the security of your personal information.
- Protect Yourself from Scams
Increasingly e-mail is the way con artists access personal information with ? Learn more about phishing, vishing and smashing.
- Identity Theft
Most victims don’t know it until it’s too late
- Monitor Your Credit Reports Yearly—and it’s free
- Business are also Targets
There are some important steps you can take to ensure your companies security
- Viruses, Spy Ware and Firewalls