Beware of Scammer Emails1.7.2021Alert
Scammer Email Might Look Legitimate
BEWARE: Spear Phishing - Typically through an email, the scammer already possesses some information, cloaked as an entity you are familiar with, they ask you for more precise information
WHAT TO DO: Do not click any links in the email. Instead, go directly to the organization's main website to find more information. (Some organizations may have a scam alert posted on their website warning their customers of a current scam using their name or look-a-like site/email. Remember: Never give your personal information over the phone, in a text, or through email. Your financial institution will never ask you for personal identifying information (PII).
NEVER give personal identifying information (PII) such as your full name, Social Security number, driver's license number, bank account number, passport number, debit card number or email address to a received phone call, text or email. First Security Bank will NEVER ask you for your debit/credit card PIN or password for online banking. If you receive a suspicious notification, call Customer Support directly at (877)611-3118.