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NWSB Security Center

According to the FBI identity theft is the fastest growing white-collar crime in the nation.  It involves criminally using a person’s identifiers, which are acquired through various means, including your mailbox and computer.  The thieves obtain your name, address and bank or credit card numbers or your social security number to take over your identity without your knowledge.  Identity theft can cost you time and money.  It can ruin your credit.

NEVER give out personal data over the phone unless you have initiated the call.  A New Windsor State Bank representative would not call you and request such information.  Notify us immediately if you receive unusual calls or emails claiming to be from an NWSB representative.

Be a smart consumer.  There are many ways consumers and businesses can protect themselves from identity theft and fraud such as safeguarding your information and monitoring your financial accounts and billing statements. There are also resources to help you if you have been a victim of fraud.

See the links below to learn more:

Heartbleed Bug

Identity theft information

Phishing Scam (March 2014)

Protect your computer from hackers

Protect yourself from fraud

Protect your debit, credit and ATM cards

Protect your personal information, a guide for businesses

Visa security information 

Verified by Visa

Beware of "Smishing" Identity Theft Scam

Scammers Striking at the Gas Pump

Creating Strong Passwords

To report a lost or stolen ATM, debit card or NWSB credit card call 410-549-1414 during business hours or for after hours lost or stolen Visa Check Card support call 1-800-523-4175.

   
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