You often don't know you've become a victim until fraudulent activity shows up in your bills or bank statements. Protect yourself from identity theft.
Identity theft often occurs when someone steals your personal information (such as bank and credit card numbers, your social security number, name and address) to commit fraud or theft. You often don't know you've become a victim until fraudulent activity shows up in your bills, bad credit reports, and more. It is recommended that you review your credit report annually. You can do so by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com to order an annual free credit report.
Equifax 800-525-6285 | TransUnion 800-680-7289 | Experian 888-397-3742
For more information on identity theft, contact the Federal Trade Commission (1-877-IDTHEFT or www.ftc.gov).
The FDIC offers tips on cybersecurity for consumers. Learn more about safety precautions for internet banking or shopping, how to avoid identity theft online and the roles of banks and the government.
Keep on top of account balances by using our no-cost online banking system or by calling our 24 hour telephone banking system. Transfers between accounts can be completed (at no charge) by using one of these services as well.
Green Bank Guardian Alert
sends a text message when your debit card is used in a type of transaction that is most common in fraud cases: