Your checking account is now stronger and more secure! First Security Bank is pleased to introduce our new fraud prevention tool, SecurLock/Falcon.
SecurLock/Falcon protects your account by monitoring your Visa Check Card (Debit/ATM card) activity and will notify you in the event that any suspected fraudulent transactions are made with your card. Should this happen, you will receive a call from a SecurLock/Falcon analyst similar to this:
‘’ This call is regarding your Visa debit/ATM card with the last four numbers ####. We just wanted to verify recent activity on your account. We wanted to confirm that these charges were being made by you and that no one else is using your card/account number.’’
If you receive a call from one of our SecurLock/Falcon analysts, please keep in mind the following:
· Whether being asked for information or asked if information is correct, you will never be asked to give enough information to compromise your account.
· In the event that fraud is confirmed, the analyst will close your card to protect you from further fraudulent activity and First Security Bank will be notified on your behalf to order a replacement card with a new card number.
You now have an extra wall of protection with SecurLock/Falcon, but as always, if you suspect fraud has occurred with your card or your information has been compromised; please report this to First Security Bank as soon as you become aware, or if it is after hours call: 1-800-791-2525. Remember, your daily limit at the ATM is $500.00 and your limit for Point of Sale is $1,000.00.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 405-424-4341.
If you are planning on taking a trip, either inside or outside the country, please contact us so that we can make sure that your card is not blocked while you are traveling.
1541 NE 23rd Street
OKC, OK 73111
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