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Security Information

Green Bank is committed to keeping your online information safe and secure. In doing so, 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.

ATM User Precautions

Please exercise discretion when using an ATM or night deposit facility. Learn more about ATM user precautions.

Protect Yourself from Scams

E-mail is increasingly becoming the way con artists access personal information. Learn more about phishing, vishing and smshing.

Safeguard Against Identity Theft

You often don't know you've become a victim until fraudulent activity shows up in your bills or bank statements. Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft.

Monitor Your Credit Reports

You can monitor your credit reports yearly for free. Learn more about requesting these reports.

Protect Your Business

Follow some important steps to ensure your company's security. Learn more about these steps and best practices.

Viruses, Spyware and Firewalls

Viruses and spyware can infect your computer and corrupt programs and compromise information. Learn how to prevent attacks with firewalls.

Mobile Banking Safety

Using your mobile device to check account balances or to process simple transactions is convenient, but there are risks. Learn how to protect your information.

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FDIC Consumer Tips

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.

Click here to read the FDIC newsletter

Sign up for Online Banking

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.

Protect yourself from debit card fraud

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:

  • International
  • Out of state
  • Fuel
  • >= $100
  • 5 or more in a rolling 24 hour period
  • Card not present—Internet & phone transactions.

Click here to learn more