for Our Customers
The FDIC has
informed all financial institutions of recent fraudulent
emails that have been sent out that appear to be from
legitimate financial institutions. The emails are being sent
out to solicit information via email in an effort to illegally
acquire personal and financial data. This data is used to
access consumer accounts and/or commit identity theft. The
email address and website address may appear to be legitimate,
but they are fraudulent. This notification is an alert to
First Missouri State Bank customers to be aware of any
State Bank will never
email you with a request for confidential
information. If an email
looks suspicious to you, please call us at
(573) 785-6800 to report the incident. You should
also complete a complaint form at the
Center website at http://www.ic3.gov/complaint/.
suspicious of any email with urgent requests for personal
submitting sensitive information through a website, look for
the locked padlock on the browser's status bar or look for
an "s" after the http in the website address (https://).
give out your Social Security number by email or phone.
give out your Personal Identification Number (PIN) for your
credit, debit or ATM card by email or phone.
use strong passwords and personal identification numbers on
any Internet accounts.
bank statements for accuracy as soon as you receive
guidance in how to avoid these fraudulent attempts, visit the
Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) consumer help site at http://www.consumer.gov/idtheft/.
State Bank is strongly
committed to our relationships with you. We want to help
you protect yourself and your accounts from fraudulent methods
to gain access to your information. If you have any
questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact
about Identity Theft