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Secure Banking

Atlantic Community Bank will never ask for personal or confidential information such as account number, social security number, password, or PIN in an email. We also will not send you an email with a link to a website that asks for any such information.


Increase Your Protection with a Security Token

A Security Token is an online security credential that adds an extra layer of identity protection when you login to your online banking. Tokens are portable devices that can easily be attached to your keychain. 

Using a token protects your accounts and your identity by requiring a higher level of security when you conduct online transactions. To use a token, press the button on the token to generate a six-digit security code that is unique to your credential. Then, login to your online banking with your user name, password, and the unique security code.

Contact a Community Banking Specialist for more information.


ACB Security Recommendations

  • Install anti-virus/anti-malware software on your computer and keep it up to date
  • Change your password each month
  • Create a unique password consisting of upper case, lower case, and numerical characters
  • Avoid using the same user ID and password for multiple online services
  • Do not share your password or post it in an unsecure location
  • Do not allow your internet browser to save your password
  • Log off of your online banking session before going to any other websites
  • Only visit and use trusted websites
  • Be suspicious of emails requesting personal information or requesting odd transactions 
  • Be cautious with social media – do not post your personal information


Protecting Your Identity

Unfortunately, millions of Americans fall victim to Identity Theft each year. Following these tips below can help protect your personal information.

  • Check your bills and account statements closely for red flags: Purchases you did not make, Withdrawals from your bank account that you did not make, Unexpected notification of address change
  • Keep Social Security and medical cards in a safe place
  • Shred papers with personal or medical information
  • Be cautious with your personal information – do not give out information over the phone or in response to an email
  • Report lost or stolen cards or checks immediately
  • Guard your account information – Debit card, online banking information and account numbers
  • Obtain your credit report annually to check for accuracy: Equifax, Experian, TransUnion

Click here to view the FDIC's multimedia presentation regarding Identity Theft and Electronic Scams.

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