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Fraud Prevention

Protect Yourself from Fraud

Protecting your personal and financial information is very important and Premier Community Bank provides a number of resources and tools assist you with monitoring and guarding these important assets.

Sign up for Account Alerts: Account Alerts are easy to set up and can alert you to account activity that could be fraudulent. They are available for both business and personal accounts.

Visit our Online Education Center for video courses on how to protect yourself from Identity Theft.

How to Control Your Information on Facebook: this article can help you use the Privacy Controls within Facebook to help control what information you share and with whom you share it.   

Resources and Reporting

For your protection, always carefully monitor all of your bank accounts for fraudulent activity. If you ever see anything unusual, take steps to protect yourself:

  • Immediately protect your online accounts by changing your Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) or passwords. Use strong, complex passwords that are not easily guessed by using information you post to Social Media sites.
  • Report the circumstances to your local Premier Community Bank Office
  • Close any accounts that you feel may be compromised and reopen with new account numbers.
  • File a report with your local police department.
  • Contact other creditors, including credit card, phone and utility companies, other lenders, etc. to notify them of potential fraud or ID Theft.
  • Contact the three national credit bureaus (www.experian.com, www.equifax.com, and www.transunion.com) and ask them to attach a "fraud alert" to your credit file. 
  • For internet fraud, file a complaint with the FBI sponsored Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). 
  • Report the criminal activity to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Call the FTC hotline at 1-877-ID THEFT (1-877-438-4338) to speak with a trained identity theft counselor, or you can submit a complaint to the FTC on their website
  • If the fraud involves theft of mail or is otherwise perpetrated through the mail, contact the local US Postal Inspector's Office
  • Resources for reporting home repair scams, telecommunications scams, fraudulent charitable organizations, suspected Pyramid/Ponzi schemes, etc., can be found on the to the Oregon Department of Justice's website
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC): The FDIC also prepares information on how to protect  your personal information and money through their Consumer News publications such as the Summer 2017 publication on "10 Scams Targeting Bank Customers."

Elder Fraud and Abuse: If you are or someone you know is elderly or disabled and being mistreated, help is available. If you suspect an abusive situation please call your local DHS or Area Agency on Aging Office. You may also report abuse at 1-800-232-3020. If it is an emergency please dial 9-1-1.

Additional Resource for Businesses: Small to mid-sized businesses are favorite targets for cybercriminals. Follow this link to view a complimentary presentation on how to protect your business and yourself from one of the fastest growing crimes worldwide (requires log-in information below).

  • User ID: PCBCustomer
  • Password: PCBCustomer

Small Business IT Risk Assessment: Use this risk assessment to evaluate your company's risk for account takeovers, insider fraud, and other threats.