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Safeguarding your account and avoiding identity theft isn’t as hard as you might think. 1st Mariner Bank’s fraud prevention team has compiled a list of what you need to do to keep your personal information and personal account safe and secure.
If you suspect fraudulent activity in your account, please contact us immediately.
With some simple preparation and easy online maintenance, you can help keep your private information out of harm’s way—online and off.
Make a copy of everything in your wallet and keep it in a safe place.
If your wallet is ever lost or stolen, you’ll have everything you need close at hand, including account numbers and contact information, to quickly report your lost or stolen credit cards, driver’s license and more.
Take precautions with your PIN number.
Get smart with passwords.
Be wary of online vendors.
Not all online vendors are safe. Make sure that sites are secure by looking for a lock icon on the address bar before entering private or secure information.
Never respond to emails asking for account or password information.
1st Mariner Bank will never email or call you requesting your account information. If you receive such a request, report it to us as soon as possible.
Keep tabs on your 1st Mariner account(s).
Instant online access to your 1st Mariner accounts makes it easy to track all your purchases and banking activity. If you see anything suspicious, contact us immediately.
How secure is your home computer? Review the following tips to make sure you have the basic precautions covered.
Every month, review and update your privacy settings on all of your social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms.
Have questions or suspect fraudulent activity in your account? Contact 1st Mariner Bank’s fraud prevention team.
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