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Fraud & Other Security Alerts

Please read the latest warnings on fraudulent and suspicious activities below. For immediate alerts and text messages, follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/bankofannarbor.

  • Scam of the Week: Black Friday Coupon Alert
    Read the lead article here to learn more.

    The article will be the first one listed among a list of other security articles you may be interested in.


  • New Twist to the Telephone Tech Support Scam
    Click here to learn more.


  • Cyber Crime Purchase Order Scam Leaves a Trail of Victims.
    Click here to learn more.


  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month
    Security is Everyone's Responsibility

    Click here to visit the FBI website to learn more about National Cyber Security Awareness Month.


  • Phishing Scams
    The FDIC has created this webpage to inform and warn consumers about a type of fraud called "phishing." The term "phishing" - as in fishing for confidential information - refers to a scam that encompasses fraudulently obtaining and using an individual's personal or financial information.

    Click here to visit the FDIC website and read how it works.


  • Security on Bank of Ann Arbor's Online Banking
    Bank of Ann Arbor has confirmed that all of our online banking systems have been tested and are not vulnerable to the security vulnerability called "Heartbleed." You may continue to use them with confidence. You are always welcome to change your password which would add an additional layer of protection. If you would like to learn more about this security issue, visit a website, Heartbleed.com that has been set up by one of the firms who discovered the bug.


  • Top Phishing Scams
    Email claiming to be from the "Energy Billing System" that your latest bill is available online and can be viewed with just one click. Of course the amount is sky-high so they want you to prevent a negative consequence.

    Phishing email supposedly from Microsoft and you need to click a one-time automatic verification so that your account will not be suspended. STOP - LOOK - THINK before you click.


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