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Security Alerts

Check our Security Center often for alerts and information that may be of interest to you.

REMEMBER, we will never ask for your personal information via email.

Mobile Device Safety Tips:

When purchasing a Smartphone, know the features of the device, including the default settings. Passcode protect your mobile device. This is the first layer of physical security to protect the contents of the device. In conjunction with the passcode, enable the screen lock feature after a few minutes of inactivity.

Do not allow your device to connect to unknown wireless networks. These networks could be rogue access points that capture information passed between your device and a legitimate server. Avoid clicking on or otherwise downloading software or links from unknown sources.

If you decide to sell your device or trade it in, make sure you wipe the device (reset it to factory default) to avoid leaving personal data on the device.

Run the updates. Smartphones require updates to run applications and firmware. If users neglect this it increases the risk of having their device hacked or compromised.

Use the same precautions on your mobile phone as you would on your computer when using the Internet.

Your Security is our TOP Priority.

At Maple Bank, we are committed to helping you safeguard your financial information. As cybercrime and data theft become increasingly more common, it is important to always be vigilant about potential scams or data breaches. It is a good practice to always review your monthly statements closely to ensure that all entries and charges are legitimate. If you suspect fraudulent activity, contact your bank or credit card provider immediately. Remember that you have zero liability for any unauthorized charges to your account if they are reported in a timely manner. When shopping online, be certain that sites are secure before entering any credit card information, and be cautious of "phishing" emails asking you to provide information.

PLEASE REMEMBER: Maple Bank will NEVER request a customer's personal information (bank card number, account number, social security number, personal identification number or password) via email. If you should ever receive an email or a phone call from a source that claims to be Maple Bank, requesting your personal, confidential information, DO NOT respond and contact the Bank immediately.

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