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Apple Bank's priority is ensuring the security of your personal and financial information. We use 128-bit encryption, Secure Socket Layer and firewalls to keep your data secure when you use our Online Banking, Bill Pay and Funds Transfer services. Please note that Apple Bank will never contact you to ask for your account number, debit card number, Password or PIN (Personal Identification Number).
In addition to the steps we take to protect your confidential information, you can take a number of proactive steps to protect yourself. Fraud starts with compromising your personal and financial information using malware, phishing, spoofing, coercion and intimidation, among other tactics. The information below will help arm you with the tools you need to fight fraud.
Identity Theft Prevention
Credit and Debit Card Fraud Prevention
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on identity theft
FTC on privacy, identity theft and online security
FTC on protecting against credit card fraud
Social Security Fraud Reporting
U.S. Postal Inspectors Mail Fraud Information
National Consumers League (runs National Fraud Information Center and Internet Fraud Watch)
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Equifax Data Breach Help