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Online Banking Security Tips

  • Never share your password with anyone
  • Never leave your password where someone else can obtain and use it.
  • Change your password on a regular basis.
  • Use the 'Sign Off' button to end each Personal Online Banking session.
  • Do not use the Back button to exit Personal Online Banking.
  • Under the 'User Options' button, change your session timeout to a time that meets your needs.
  • Balance your account regularly.

Protecting Your Personal Information

Never respond to emails asking for personal information.
If you need to update your information online, use the normal process you've used before, or open a new browser window and type in the website address of the legitimate company's account maintenance page.

If a website address is unfamiliar, it's probably not real.
Only use the address that you have used before, or start at your normal homepage.

Always report fraudulent or suspicious email to your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Reporting instances of phisher site spams will help get these fake websites shut down before they can do any harm.

Most companies require you to log in to a secure site.
Look for the lock at the bottom of your browser and "https" in front of the website address.

If you have any doubts about an email or website, contact the legitimate company directly.

Harbor National Bank will never send an unsolicited email asking for personal information such as account number, social security number, password or PIN in a recorded telephone message, email, or text message, or send a link to a website that asks for this type of information.

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