At Community First, you can bank with peace of mind knowing that your safety is our top priority. We stay on top of the latest technology and processes to keep you and your financial information safe and secure. We’ve got you covered.
Protecting your accounts is our top priority. Whether you bank on your mobile device or online, your personal data could be vulnerable to identity theft or other attacks. We take security measures and precautions to ensure your accounts are protected. Learn more about what we do to ensure you are safe.
With all of the different types of fraud and identity theft occurring every day, keeping yourself and your accounts secure might seem unattainable. But not to worry. You can take advantage of our security tips and practices to keep yourself as safe as possible.
Credit and debit card fraud involves the unauthorized use of another person’s card information to make purchases from their account or access their funds. Learn how you can protect yourself from becoming a victim of this kind of fraud.
You might notice a weird transaction on your statement, or you received bills from places you’ve never been. If you suspect you’re a victim of any type of fraud, find out how to report the incident.
Scammers have become pretty sophisticated and will try to get you to share your personal information through email, telephone, text and even social media. Learn what to look out for. Email us at email@example.com to report suspected fraud. You can report phishing, suspected fraudulent emails, suspected fraud websites, etc. We will investigate the concern and take further action as needed.
There are so many different types of scams, and the list just keeps growing. In order to provide the best possible protection for your data and financial well-being, we’ve gathered valuable information about recent scams that have been reported by our members and staff.
These days, the risk of identity theft is literally everywhere. Whether you’re sharing your information at the doctor’s office, swiping your card while shopping, or even throwing away your bills without shredding them, it’s possible for your data to fall into the wrong hands. Learn how to best protect your identity.
This is a type of elder abuse in which misappropriation of financial resources or abusive use of financial control, in the context of a relationship, causes harm to an older person. Learn more and what to do if you feel you know a victim or are a victim.
Stealing debit card information using “skimmers” at gas pumps and ATMs is an old problem. But thieves are becoming more and more savvy at hiding the devices and getting around some of the fixes merchants have put in their way. Read some of our additional ATM safety tips to keep in mind when using your card.