Spring Hill State Bank is committed to keeping customers up-to-date on local scams, internet fraud, and other forms of Identity Theft. Below is information on recent schemes and ways to help you avoid becoming a victim. Also see the "Security Tips" tab for more helpful information.
Can you say "Yes" to any of the following? If so, you could be a victim of a scam!
- Did you receive a check in the mail for an item sold on the Internet?
- Did the check arrive by express or certified mail?
- Is the check drawn on an account with a different name than the person who purchased the item from you?
- Did you receive something saying you're the winner of a lottery or other contest that you did not enter?
- Did the check come with instructions to wire the funds to a foreign country or large U.S. city?
- Have you been asked to confirm or provide personal account information?
- Did you respond to a text message or email stating your debit card has been de-activated and provided personal account information to someone to reinstate?
Spring Hill State Bank will not contact you by text, telephone or email requesting personal account information.
The links below will take you to helpful information regarding other fraudulent schemes and scams.
- ATM Safety for Website
- Corporate Account Takeover - Sound Business Practice
- Corporate Account Takeover
- Internet and Online Fraud
- Lottery Scams
- Social Engineering
- Beware of Online Scams
- SWEPCO Fraud Alert
Spring Hill State Bank (the Bank) provides information only as a convenience. USERS ARE SOLEY RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING THE ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, CURRENCY AND SUITABILITY OF ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. The Bank does not endorse, guarantee or warrant any of the referenced commercial products or services and any mention of commercial products or services is for informational purposes only. The Bank has provided links to Internet sites maintained by third parties which may be of interest to users, but for which the Bank has no responsibility. The Bank makes no representations or warranties of any kind as to the accuracy or any other aspect of the information contained on such Internet sites.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact us.