Safeguarding your financial and personal information is more important than ever in this digital age. That’s why we have created our Security Center to help you learn how to protect yourself online and in your day to day activities.
Quick Reference Guide
|If you have been the victim of:||Contact:|
|Lost or stolen debit or ATM cards||(508) 678-7641
(800) 264-5578 (After Hours)
|Lost or stolen credit cards||(800) 558-3424|
|Email or telephone scams||(508) 675-4404|
|(800) 264-5578 (After hours)|
|Money order fraud||www.ic3.gov
FBI’s Internet Crime
|Fraudulent family emergency scams||1-877-FTC-HELP or www.ftc.gov/complaint
Federal Trade Commission
|Lost or stolen mobile device:
*BayCoast mobile banking users
|*(508) 675-4404 E-Commerce Dept.
**Contact your wireless service provider
Protect Your Financial Information from Cybercrime
Cybercrime is always a threat in this information age, but there are also some simple ways to keep your information and your money safe.
What to do after a Data Breach
What can individuals and businesses do to reduce the impact of a data breach? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recommends following the steps.
Fraud Alert for BayCoast Bank Customers
We want you to be aware that scammers have been contacting bank customers, saying they work for the bank’s “Fraud Department.”
World Events and Your Cyber Security
Learn about the steps you can take right now to protect yourself.
Some individuals have received fictitious emails that claim to be sent from BayCoast Bank’s e-Commerce Department.
Internet & Email Security
When you use the internet, whether on a computer, tablet or other device, increase your protection by following these simple tips:
Protect Your Identity
The best protection against identity theft is to carefully protect your personal information