Part of our commitment to you is keeping your personal and financial information safe and secure. Explore how we are working to keep your information private and confidential and explore some tips and strategies for protecting yourself from identity theft and fraud.
We have been made aware of a situation where customers are being targeted with a phishing scam through email. Please note that these messages are NOT from Provident Bank and should be ignored. Click here for more details on this phishing scam.
Federal Bureau of Investigation - Fraudsters Capitalize on Natural Disasters
The FBI reminds the public there is the potential for fraud in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has received indications that fraudsters used e-mail and social-networking sites, including job search engines, to facilitate fraudulent activities. Click here for more information form the FBI.
Federal Trade Commission Guidance - Equifax Isn't Calling
The Federal Trade Commission has provided information on how to avoid scams resulting from the Equifax data breach. Click here to learn more form the FTC on the Equifax Breach.
Statement on Equifax Breach
Click here for the contact information for Equifax relating to their data breach, as well as steps you can take to help protect your Provident accounts from unauthorized access/usage.
We have been made aware of a situation whereby customers of several banks, including Provident, are being targeted with a phishing scam through text and direct phone calls. Please note that these messages and calls are NOT from Provident Bank and should be ignored. Click here for more details on this phishing scam.