Your security. Making sure you're secure.
Months of research and state-of-the-art technology have gone into ensuring that your Liberty Bank online banking transactions are secure. Here are some of the protection programs we use to keep your banking transactions safe.
How Liberty Bank protects your security.
This site incorporates Thwate's Digital ID certificate to protect any transactions that occur over the Internet. You can click the seal to learn more about the Thwate certificate.
Fraud detection and monitoring.
When it comes to the security of your account, we are on the lookout. We have implemented security measures to help prevent unauthorized access to your Liberty Bank accounts.
- We use fraud detection and monitoring systems for debit cards that utilize customer history and behavior to spot inconsistencies.
- We use enhanced multi-factor authentication for logging into Online Banking.
- We screen carefully for repeated failed login attempts and incorrect Login ID and Password entries to help prevent unauthorized access to your Liberty Bank accounts.
We need you. Your cooperation helps maximize the effectiveness of our security measures. Liberty Bank employs the latest technology to protect your financial information online, but when you take steps to protect your information and take ownership of your online safety, your security is strengthened.
Always use Firewall and Anti-Virus protection. Scan for viruses frequently. And install System patches as they are made available.
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How you can help protect your security.
- Browse safely. Please be sure you are using the latest version of Internet Explorer, Safari and other Internet browsers and the configuration adheres to security best practices.
- Register your identity and your computer with us, this way we can confirm that you are at our genuine online site each time.
- Ensure that anti-virus/spyware software is installed and updated.
- Apply operating system and application updates (patches) regularly.
- If you write down your passwords, keep them in a hidden, locked location.
- Turn off your computer when not in use.
How you can take credit for checking your credit.
Under Federal law enacted by Congress, every consumer in the United States can now obtain one free credit report every 12 months from each of the three major credit bureaus.
You can obtain your free credit reports by mail, by phone or online from a service that is run jointly by the three credit bureaus.
Experts strongly recommend that consumers obtain their free credit reports each year to check for errors in their credit information or to detect identity theft.
You can obtain your free credit report online at www.AnnualCreditReport.com, by phone at (877) 322-8228 or by mail:
Credit Report Request Service
P.O. Box 105281
Atlanta, GA 30348-5281
Steps you can take if you become a victim of identity theft.
- File a Police report and call the Federal Trade Commission's toll-free "Identity Theft Hotline" at 1-877-438-4338.
- Notify the three credit bureaus’ fraud departments.
- Request that a "fraud alert" be placed in your file, as well as a victim's statement asking that creditors call you before opening any new accounts.
- Request a copy of your credit report. Credit reports are free to fraud victims.
- Contact your creditors for any accounts that have been opened fraudulently.
- Close your accounts and obtain new credit, debit and ATM cards.
- Report any suspected stolen mail to your local postal inspector and check the post office for unauthorized change of address requests.
Keep it personal. Avoid scams.
Liberty Bank wants to help you protect yourself against online scams.