At Cache Bank & Trust we are dedicated to keeping our customers safe from fraudulent activity and scams. We want you to feel confident that your account information is secure and that you are provided with the tools needed to protect yourself. Listed below are helpful links and information for how to prevent, manage and report fraudulent activity, scams and identity theft.
Have more questions or concerns? Contact Us today, we'd love to ease your worry and help keep your money and information in your hands!
Cybersecurity New Info!
Cybersecurity is a growing concern due to the reliance and transition to using computer systems. There are many ways hackers can manipulate the system to steal your information. The inserts listed below are helpful guides for protecting yourself and your business.
Identity theft can happen to anyone at anytime. There are many ways for hackers to steal your information and they're getting more and more clever everyday. Check out the links below on how to protect yourself from the most common ways information is stolen.
Have you experienced identity theft? Contact the United States Federal Trade Commission to report your claim and get step-by-step solutions on what to do next.
In May 2015, the FTC announced the launch of a new website, www.IdentityTheft.gov.
The new website provides an interactive checklist that walks you through the recovery process and helps you understand which recovery steps should be taken upon learning your identity has been stolen.
It also provides sample letters, specialized tips for specific forms of identity theft, and advice for those who have been notified that their personal information was exposed in a data breach.
A Spanish version of the site is also available, click HERE.
Like identity theft, there are many ways for fraudulent activity to occur. Get up-to-date information about how to keep yourself protected, recent fraud in your area and more at www.stopfraudcolorado.gov
Scams are deceiving acts that trick people into giving up their personal information. They often promise financial gain or rewards or convince a consumer to verify account information by claiming they are with a company, business, organization, etc. that the consumer has recently, or currently, been involved with.
Avoid being scammed, the Colorado Attorney General website has a list of the most common scams and what to do if you believe you've been scammed and how to report a scam.
FDIC Consumer News New Info!
The FDIC continually provides updated information for consumers to use when handling their finances. Articles are produced quarterly and provide comprehensive tips and guidelines when making important financial decisions.
More Ways to Save at the Bank
Buying and Borrowing Tips
Teaching Young People About Money
A Bank Customer's Guide to Cybersecurity
disaster preparedness and recovery
When a disaster strikes, being prepared can make a world of difference. The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas has financial forms, check lists, and countless other resources and help guides to assist you before and after a disaster.