Home Savings Bank is committed to protecting your personal information. Our Online Banking uses several secure methods to protect your information. Our security protocol for transferring data creates a safe environment for the information being transferred between your browser and Home Savings Bank. All information transferred through Online Banking has the highest level of encryption.In addition to the security features put in place by Home Savings Bank, here are some tips on keeping your information secure:
With the significant increase in Debit card usage in recent years, fraudulent use of debit cards has also increased.Here are some suggestions for you for the care and usage of debit cards:
Home Savings Bank will NEVER request information by email or text messaging including account numbers, passwords, personal identification information or any other confidential customer information. Fraudulent emails may be designed to appear as though they are originated by Home Savings Bank. DO NOT respond to any email communications which request any type of personal or confidential information and do not go to any links listed on that email. These communications are not originated by Home Savings Bank! Never give out any information that the Bank already has to a caller, or via text, or email. If you contact us we may verify the last 4 digits of your SSN to confirmation your identity but we will never contact you and ask for your debit/credit card number or your full SSN. If we need to contact you, it will always be done in a manner that protects your personal, confidential information and we will clearly identify ourselves.
One of Home Savings Bankís top priorities is to safeguard your confidential information. We always work with the local regulatory and law enforcement departments to be certain any type of illegal activity is stopped as soon as possible. We have multi-layer security to protect your confidential information and will continue to be vigilant in protecting it.
For more information about identity theft and other tips on how to protect yourself and your information, visit www.ftc.gov/idtheft or call 801-487-0811.