At Armstrong Bank, we are committed to helping our customers protect their sensitive personal information from identity theft and scams. Contact us immediately if you have any questions or concerns.
Phishing is a type of Internet piracy where thieves are “fishing” for your personal and financial information. This is a high-tech computer scam that uses spam or pop-up messages to attempt to deceive you into disclosing personal and financial information. They are looking for account numbers, Social Security numbers, passwords, credit/debit card PIN numbers, and other confidential information. With this information, thieves may be opening accounts and credit cards under your name, making ATM and Point of Sale transactions on your cards, applying for loans, buying expensive items, or even committing crimes in your name. They send out thousands of lures and hook only a few victims.
Please rest assured that Armstrong Bank is dedicated to helping our customers stay safe from these types of scams.
Recognizing fraudulent emails may be difficult. When reviewing emails in your inbox, always keep an eye out for potential phishing emails by looking for misspelled words, misused words, or a copy of a website you recently visited within the body of an email. Also, check to ensure the website address is correct for Online Banking and make sure the email does not contain any suspicious website links. If you are unsure of the sender or the email content, do not click on any links or provide any personal information.
If you feel that you have received email from Armstrong Bank that may not be valid, or if you have any suspicions, please contact us immediately by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-888-680-2655 to speak with a banker about your concerns.
Armstrong Bank uses 128-bit data encryption to keep your banking information and account numbers secure and private. We do not transmit account numbers online through Internet banking. We are committed to keeping your information safe through updated technology and a knowledgeable staff that is ready to assist you and your financial needs.
If you believe your banking information has been compromised, please immediately report any suspicious account activity to your financial institution. Depending on the situation, Armstrong Bank may be able to assist customers with the following steps:
The following links will give you additional information on protecting your identity and financial assets as well as obtaining a free credit report.