Identity Theft & Phishing
We all know the world today can be a scary place, especially when it comes to keeping your private information out of the hands of hackers and other criminals. Here at the Bank of McCreary County we understand your concerns, and that is why we strive to diligently safeguard all of your information. We use the latest technology along with a "know your customers" approach that can only come from a hometown bank like us. To review exactly how we protect you, visit our security practices page. It provides more detailed information about our security methods, as well as links to outside resources that you can use to learn about security and to verify our sites statements. You should be aware that the Bank of McCreary County will never contact you by e-mail asking for confidential information such as account numbers, social security numbers or passwords. If you receive an e-mail that appears to be from the Bank requesting this information, do not reply but contact us immediately at (606) 376-5031.
Also, if you look below, you will find helpful information sheets and links to several state and federal websites devoted to helping you avoid becoming a victim of identity theft or of a phishing scam. These sites also provide valuable information on what to do if you believe you may be a victim of one of these crimes.
- TN THP Criminal Investigation Division Identity Theft Website
- TN Attorney General's Office Identity Theft Website
- Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Complaint Submission Form
- Federal Trade Commission Identity Theft Resources Site