Privacy is Paramount

Your privacy and the security of your personal information is important to us. Indeed, the protection of your data is one of our fundamental responsibilities. You can learn more about the steps we take to safeguard your information by reading our Privacy Notice.

Park Bank also encourages you to vigilantly protect your private information. The links below will provide useful tips on how to avoid common threats targeting your sensitive personal and financial data. You can also find advice on what to do if you have fallen victim to identity theft.

Protect Your Account >

“Your debit card has been deactivated due to suspected fraud. Please contact our security department to reactivate your card.” If you ever receive a notice such as this in a phone call, text message, or e-mail, do not respond!
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Computer Security >

Computers have become an indispensible tool in many people’s work and personal lives. But with the convenience and efficiency computers add to everyday tasks comes risk.
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Credit Bureau Contacts >

Fraud alerts can help prevent an identity thief from opening accounts in your name. Contact one of the credit bureaus below to place a fraud alert on your credit report.
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Identity Theft Victims >

If you have recently revealed your debit card or credit card information in response to a fraudulent e-mail, text message, or telephone call, you need to block your card. Follow the instructions found here immediately.
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Identity Theft Restoration >

Identity theft can tie up your resources, steal your time, and complicate your life. That's why Park Bank now offers an identity theft restoration service.
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Visa Purchase Alerts >

Know where your money is going when you enroll to receive Visa Purchase Alerts. Get alerts for transactions in real-time and identify potential fraud.
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Beware of Property Fraud >

According to the FBI, property and mortgage fraud is the fastest growing white-collar crime in the United States. Take precautions to safeguard yourself from fraudsters who attempt to steal from unsuspecting homeowners.
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