What does Vision Bank do to assist in Preventing Fraudulent Activity happening to you?
Vision Bank cares about our customers and their lives. We also understand that for us to be a success, we rely on our ability to provide banking products in a secure manner as well as assisting in education to the customer regarding tips on securing login and password information and to offer awareness of potentially fraudulent activity.
Here are the measures Vision Bank strives to bring to our customers:
These are just a few of the many security processes that Vision Bank incorporates to keep your information safe. Even though these are not 100% fool-proof, they will significantly increase the security of personal information, along with the use of good Antivirus and Malware software.
Read our Digital Security Best Practices to learn what steps you can take to protect yourself.
While Vision Bank does not offer support for PC Antivirus and Malware software programs, we do recommend that you use these types of software programs on your computer. Vision Bank is not responsible for damages related to third-party software incidents.
Resources for Identity Theft
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - The FTC offers help to victims. To file your case with the FTC Consumer Response Center call 1(877)IDTHEFT
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC) - 3100 5th Ave., Suite B, San Diego, CA 92103 firstname.lastname@example.org (619) 298-3396
Identity Theft Resource Center - Lists local victim support centers email@example.com
FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center
US Dept of Justice - Identity theft information
Identity Theft Survival Kit - (800) 725-0807
Social Security Administration - Report Fraud: (800) 269-0271
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