Welcome to Roberts County National Bank’s Education Page. We are dedicated to helping our customers protect themselves and their accounts by learning about various threats, fraud, cybercrime, identity theft and other concerns. We will archive informative articles and brochures from our main page here along with new information to help customers guard against financial fraud and crimes. We encourage our customers to contact our bank with any questions or concerns they may have.
Online Security Is Our Top Priority
At the Roberts County National Bank, security of accounts and privacy of our customer’s information is always a top priority. The advent of new technology and mainstreaming of electronic banking services, such as Internet banking, has meant that banks must be even more diligent in protecting their customer’s information.
In response to widening electronic banking services and the increasing potential for fraudulent transactions, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has developed additional supervisory guidelines for banks to follow in order to help protect consumers and businesses.
There are many steps consumers and businesses can take to help protect from fraud. If you are a consumer CLICK HERE for a brochure on the FFIEC’s consumer guidance and information about safe online banking. If you have a business, CLICK HERE for FFIEC business account guidance and information on protecting your business accounts.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding any electronic banking service or account security please contact us at 698-7621.
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Guarding Against Schemes, Scams & Frauds
There was a time when you could protect your home and family with a good dog at your side. However, times have changed. Criminals have found countless ways to defraud people through electronic means such as the Internet or smart phones.
The Roberts County National Bank is committed to helping our customers learn about the types of fraud occurring now, how to recognize fraud and steps to take to protect yourself. We invite you to CLICK HERE for a brochure on Schemes, Scams and Frauds that will help you understand some of the methods that are being used to defraud people. We encourage you to contact our bank if you have any questions regarding fraud or if you feel you have been a victim of a fraud.
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