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Fraud and Identity Theft

FRAUD ALERT: Cornhusker Bank and our EnFact fraud partners will NEVER ask you to provide your card’s PIN or security code (CVV code) located on the back of the card. Our Enfact alerts will ask about the suspicious transaction(s) in question, and you won’t need to provide any further sensitive information. We take protecting your financial information seriously. If you’re not sure that a call or text is from us, please hang up immediately and contact our Customer Engagement Team at (402) 434-2265.


Why You Should be Cautious

Fraud is committed when criminals use your personal information to access your bank accounts, obtain loans, make purchases, rent an apartment in your name, get a job, get medical services, or otherwise use your identity for their own purposes. People all over the world have fallen victim to account takeover, losing millions to criminals and criminal enterprises. It is critical to become versed in and implement best security practices to avoid becoming a victim. Cornhusker Bank always takes protecting your financial information seriously and in these web pages, our newsletters and information found in tips on our e-mail messages and in branches, we strive to give you tools to EDUCATE yourself about fraud methods and activities, give you tips to PREVENT identity theft and fraud, and provide you the information on how to ACT if you feel you are in danger of identity theft or fraud.

Cornhusker Bank, or its partners, may contact you by phone or text regarding potential fraud on your account. You will not be asked to provide Personally Identifying Information by a legitimate contact. 

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