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The number of Americans who have experienced identity theft has surpassed 27 million, with the incidence rate increasing every year. Substantial measures are in place at Peoples State Bank to protect your identity and your accounts against theft and fraud.
For example, stringent bank privacy policies protect your personal and financial information. Password protection for online transactions help assure online security. When using our online services, you develop a secret password that only you know. Encryption of online transactions with your bank converts your information into secure code, protecting you against hackers.
Maximum security is possible only with your help. Here’s what you can do to stop these crimes before they happen:
If you’re worried that you might have inadvertently compromised your PSB account, it’s important that you speak with us immediately. The sooner we know what’s happened, the sooner we can begin helping you. Please call us now.
The bottom line: If you have any questions or concerns about protecting your financial identity, come in and visit your banker.
To place a fraud alerd:……..1-888-766-0008
To order a credit report:……..1-800-685-1111
To place a fraud alerd:……..1-888-397-3742
To order a credit report:……..1-888-397-3742
To place a fraud alerd:……..1-800-680-7289
To order a credit report:……..1-800-888-4213
Peoples State Bank is not Responsible for and has no control over the content or subject matter of the following links.
Contact www.annualcreditreport.com or call (877) 322-8228
* Annual Credit report.com only allows for one Free Credit report per Calendar Year.
You may also contact the following sources for further information concerning identity theft and fraud prevention.
Onguardonline.gov —this site was created by the federal government to help people be safe, secure and responsible online. The website is part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education.
FTC.gov –Information from the Federal Trade Commission to help you avoid identity theft and learn what to do if your identity is stolen.
FDIC.gov –Tips from the FDIC about how to protect yourself from identity theft and fraud.