Protecting Yourself and Loved-ones from Fraud
The internet, computers and our reliance on technology has opened a world of opportunity for criminals to steal your identity and money from your bank accounts. That is why we have established this web page. To provide the resources our customers need to be better informed about how criminals steal and how our customers can guard against criminal activity.
New information will be added on a regular basis, so please stop back to stay informed. And, be sure to share this information with everyone you know to help them avoid potential loss from criminal actions resulting in loss from their accounts. Together we can make a difference. We hope you find this information helpful.
Senior Vice President of Deposit Operations
Marquette Savings Bank
Beware of scammers impersonating the Erie County Sheriff's Office. Click the above image to go to the Erie County website for more information.
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The Federal Trade Commission provides you with tips to fend off hackers from getting your personal information.
What is the Dark Web? How-To-Geek explains the Dark Web and what to look out for.
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A new FREE mobile app that keeps your debit card safe by controlling how when and where your debit card is used.
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Romance Scams are happening daily, check out the FDICs video on the latest romance scams happening.
A FREE service that protects your Marquette Debit Card when making online purchases.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation explains how cyber actors are using online dating sites to conduct confidence/romance fraud.
It's time for your kids to go back to school. Click the link above for some back to school online safety tips.
Provides a higher level of security when performing online banking with your Marquette online banking accounts.
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Beware of fake settlement websites looking to cash in on the Equifax data breach. Read more from the FDIC.
Banking Statements are provided online on-demand in a secure platform avoiding possible identity theft with mailed statements. FREE at Marquette.