Update on the Target Data Compromise- January 16, 2014
Although this consumer data is not card related, we anticipate a possible increase in phishing scams. Phishing refers to criminal activity that attempts to fraudulently obtain sensitive information such as social security number, driver’s license, credit card information or bank account information.
Neighborhood National Bank has the following recommendations for protecting yourself against potential fraud related to compromise of personal information:
Emails: Please do not respond to any emails which includes clicking on a link or asking for any personal information.
Telephone: Neighborhood National Bank has extra transaction monitoring in place and you may receive a telephone call from Card Services Risk department if there is any suspicious activity on your account. Remember, they will never ask for any account information. The only information they require is to verify a transaction that was placed on your debit card. If anything ever sounds suspicious, do not hesitate to hang up and contact us at 320-763-8366 for further assistance.
Text Alerts: Neighborhood National Bank will never include or ask for any personal or account information in a text message communication.
We will continue to keep you informed of any new information that is released. As always we ask that you monitor your account through your Online Banking access and notify us if you question any transaction that is not familiar to you. If you currently do not use Online Banking, you can sign up for this free service by accessing our website at www.nnbnet.com and clicking on First Time User.
We value you as our customer and want to assure you that we take every precaution in keeping your personal information secure.