Planters First Bank will never call, email, or otherwise contact you to request your access ID, password, or other login credentials. If you receive such a request, do not provide any information.
To protect your personal information from unauthorized access and use, we use security measures that comply with federal law. These measures include computer safeguards, secured files, and buildings.
WHAT DOES PLANTERS FIRST BANK DO WITH YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
By keeping some of these tips in mind, you can help reduce your risk and help minimize the threat of someone stealing your personal information.
Business Security Center
Looking for information on protecting your business? Learn more about best practices and the resources Planters First Bank has to help your business.
Debit Card Security
Concerned about security? Your Planters First Bank Debit Card Comes with an On/Off Switch!
If you're worried you might have compromised your Planters First Bank account, please contact us immediately.
Take advantage of these tools and resources we’ve created to help keep you on top of your finances.
Banks Never Ask That
Criminals are always trying new tactics to manipulate people by phone, email, and even in person to divulge confidential information so they can gain access to accounts.
Tech Support Scams
Callers claims to be an employee (or affiliate) of a software or security company, or government agency, offering technical support to resolve viruses and threats from foreign countries or terrorist organizations.
It can be a bit overwhelming to understand all of the terms you’ll hear tossed about regarding cybersecurity. Our goal here is to give you an overview of many of the more common terms.
The term "phishing" as in fishing for confidential information is a scam that encompasses fraudulently obtaining and using an individual's personal or financial information.