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Holiday Closures

07/03/14 - All branches and offices will be closed on Friday, July 4th for Independence Day. Regular hours will resume on Saturday, July 5th.

Change to Online Banking Login Procedure

06/05/14 - Beginning Monday, June 9, 2014 when you log in to your Online Banking account you will no longer presented your authentication image. Instead, the address bar at the top of your browser window will show a green lock. If at any time your address bar is NOT green when you go to log in to your account, do not enter your user name or password and contact a 1st Mariner Customer Service representative. Watch the video below for more information.

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Scam Alert

04/25/14 - We have been made aware that customers have received a recorded message call stating that fraudulent activity has been detected on their account.  The message continues to prompt the victim to input their bank card information.  The message does not indicate they are calling on behalf of 1st Mariner Bank nor does it indicate that the card was a 1st Mariner Card. 

Heartbleed News

04/11/14 - "Heartbleed" is a recently discovered software vulnerability which could let attackers gain access to users' passwords and information. 1st Mariner Bank has taken the necessary steps to evaluate the risk to our systems and customers. We are confident to report that all bank owned and operated systems, as well as third-party provider systems are secure. No action is required on your part to ensure your information is secure.

At 1st Mariner, we continuously monitor and evaluate our systems to ensure that we provide our customers with a safe and secure environment.

For a list of other major websites that may be vulnerable due to the Heartbleed bug, click here.

 

Protect Your Identity

01/30/14 - In today's world of social media it's as important as ever to remember to keep your personal information private. A few tips to keep in mind:

  • Keep your personal identification number (PIN) private.
  • Create complex passwords using a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters.
  • Remember that 1st Mariner Bank will never call, text, or email you requesting your account information. If you receive such a request, report it to us as soon as possible.
  • Monitor your accounts with online/mobile banking and report any suspicious transactions immediately.

For more financial safety tips, visit our Fraud Prevention & Risk Management Center. Remember, you can never be too careful when it comes to your personal information!

 

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