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Consumer Information

Prevent Fraud

The safety and security of your personal financial information is something Acacia Federal takes very seriously. To learn more about our online banking safety features and how your personal account information is protected, click here.


Some additional ways to increase your personal online security:

  • Ignore e-mails from banks and credit card companies asking for your account number or login information.
  • Check your online credit card and bank statements regularly and make sure you recognize all the transactions and charges. Contact your bank or credit card company immediately if something looks inaccurate.
  • Update your Internet browser and operating system with the latest version and install any security patches that come with it.
  • Be careful when downloading free software from the Internet; be sure all software comes from a reliable source.

Some practical tips to help you prevent personal identity theft:
  • Keep documents with your personal information in a secure place. When you no longer need the documents, shred them in a safe environment.
  • Keep a list of all your creditor information, including contact information, account numbers, expiration dates, and any other relevant information.
  • Check your bank statements and credit card statements as soon as you receive them for unauthorized charges. If there are any, contact the bank or credit card company immediately.
  • If you bills or statements don't arrive on time, contact your creditors to verify your mailing address and confirm recent transactions.
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