Shine A Light On Fraud

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Fraud affects all of us.

 

Credit and debit card fraud costs consumers around the world a staggering $5.5 billion a year.1  Fortunately, we all have within ourselves the power to fight it. It takes a network of thieves to make fraud work. 

So let’s build a stronger network of families, friends, college  kids and grandparents – and use the power of relationships to shine a light on fraud.  

 

Educate. Alert. Take Action. Tell Your Friends...

 

 

Tip OneTip 1

Avoid travel hassles! Notify MidSouth Bank of any out-of-state travel prior to leaving.

 

 

Tip TwoTip 2

Watch out for phone scams (vishing)! NEVER provide personal info via phone unless it’s to a trusted source.

 

 

Tip ThreeTip 3

No phishing allowed! NEVER click on (or provide financial information to) unfamiliar or unusual emails or links.

 

 

Tip FourTip 4

Beware fraudster texts! AKA smishing. NEVER call or respond to an unfamiliar text.

 

 

Tip FiveTip 5

Monitor your accounts! Check your account history 3 – 4 times a week, watching for suspicious or unrecognized transactions.

 

 

 

 

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    MidSouth Customer Reminder

 

Always report any suspicious communication or transactions to MidSouth Bank by calling, 1-800-213-BANK (2265). 

Please remember, we will NEVER ask for specific information about you or your accounts via phone call, text or email. If you are uncertain about any calls or messages you receive, do not give out your personal information, please contact MidSouth Bank.

 

 

 

 

 

 

* MidSouth Bank has committed up to $10,000 to the National Crime Prevention Council. Promotion starts at midnight on 11/01/2014 and ends midnight on 05/30/2015. Donations will be distributed to the National Crime Prevention Council at the end of the promotion period and earmarked for fraud and scam prevention. This promotion is sponsored by MidSouth Bank and is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Twitter.

1Source: “Credit Card Fraud Statistics – Statistic Brain.” 2013 Statistic Brain Research Institute, publishing as Statistic Brain. July 12th, 2014 http://www.statisticbrain.com/credit-card-fraud-statistics/