Don't Become a Victim of Identity Theft or Fraud
Never give your debit/credit card or personal information over the phone. Always use extreme caution when discussing financial and personal information. In addition, Resource Bank will never ask you to disclose confidential information via email.
Resource Bank will contact you only in cases of suspected fraud. If you have any questions regarding a suspicious communication that appears to be originated from Resource Bank, call Internet Banking Support at 985.801.0150 for assistance.
How does someone steal your identity? They steal your personal information such as your name, social security number, bank account numbers, credit card numbers, or other personal information. They then use that information to pose as YOU and make fraudulent purchases, money transfers, etc. at YOUR expense.
Identity theft is a serious crime – one that can take months or years to recover from if you are the victim. We at Resource Bank want you to understand some common terms, examples of how internet thieves get your information, and how you can protect yourself. We also want to be sure you know that you should act IMMEDIATELY if you feel like your information has been compromised. Please refer to the following links for some helpful information:
What to do if you fall victim: