Using a variety of methods, criminals can steal your identity by using your Social Security number, driver's license numbers, credit card numbers, ATM cards, telephone calling cards, and other pieces of your identity. They use this information to impersonate you, spending as much money as they can in as short a time as possible before moving on to someone else's name and identifying information.
Place an elective password and ID protection on your checking and saving accounts adding two important layers of security to your Coulee Bank accounts. Every time you conduct a transaction you will be asked for this password.
Advanced technology and hometown service shielding your Coulee Bank's credit and debit cards. If your Coulee Bank cards are ever stolen, we will be able to assist you. Dealing with national credit card companies over the phone is one of the biggest headaches in repairing your credit.
Implement our 10-step identity theft action plan to help protect yourself. What you will learn will dramatically reduce your risk of identity theft.
For more information, contact a Personal Banker at (608) 784-9550 or (866) 784-9550.
If you think your identity has been stolen, here's what you should do now to control the damage. Be persistent and follow up any conversation with a written letter.
Federal Trade Commission
Phone: (877) IDTHEFT (877-438-4338)
U.S. Dept. Of Justice
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Phone: (619) 298-3396
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