Safeguarding Your Information
- Do not reveal personal identifiers unless you know how they will be used or shared.
- Deposit outgoing mail at the post office and remove delivered mail immediately.
- Carry only the identification and bank/credit cards you actually need.
- Do not give out personal data over the phone, through the mail or on the Internet unless you have initiated the contact. Chambers Bank will NEVER e-mail or telephone you requesting your account information.
- Shred or tear up your charge receipts, credit cards solicitations, expired cards, statements, checks or other sensitive personal information.
- Give your Social Security number only when absolutely necessary. Ask to use other identifiers.
If you believe your Chambers Bank account information may have been compromised, please contact us immediately to assist you in protecting your assets and your identity.
Never respond to email (no matter how "official" it looks) or phone solicitations that ask you to provide account numbers, personal identification numbers (PINs), social security numbers or any personal information related to your accounts at Chambers Bank. If you receive an email requesting such information, delete it immediately. If you receive a phone call asking for your information, hang up the phone. In both cases, call Chambers Bank for further verification.
Never give out your account information, passwords or personal identification numbers to anyone UNLESS YOU INITIATE THE CALL.
Safeguarding your information is our priority.
Chambers Bank will NEVER call our customers requesting account information, personal information or credit card numbers. If you ever receive a call from anyone stating they are calling from Chambers Bank and they request personal or account information, hang up the phone and call the Bank.
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