We Take Security Seriously
Making Your Online Banking as Secure as Possible
At Mission Valley Bank, we don’t think there’s anything more important than your privacy and security while using our website and Online Banking services. We’re committed to taking every precaution to protect and safeguard your privacy, just as we do at each of our walk-in bank branches.
All Internet transactions, such as transfers of funds between Mission Valley Bank accounts, and third-party bill payment, are conducted in a secure (encrypted) environment to protect your privacy. If you have any questions about your privacy or the accuracy of your account information, please contact us at (818) 394-2300.
Information sent by e-mail is at risk of loss of confidentiality if the information is transmitted over the Internet. We do not recommend sending confidential information such as account numbers or Social Security numbers by e-mail. You can contact Mission Valley Bank directly at the number indicated above.
Information You Need to Keep Your Account Secure
- April 21, 2015: FDIC Consumer News — Money and Banking Tips for the Tax Season & Beyond
- April 22, 2014: New Scam – Done ‘Old School’
- April 18, 2014: The Heartbleed Bug
Keep Your Personal Information Safe Online
- March 3, 2014: FTC Warns Small Businesses: Don’t Open Email Falsely Claiming to be from Federal Trade Commision
- September 25, 2013: Tips for Small Businesses to Combat Fraud
- May 1, 2013: What is a DDoS Attack and How Might it Affect You?
Keep Your Online Transactions & Information Safe and Secure
While the Internet has provided great advances in technology that allow ease and convenience for transacting business, paying your bills, and shopping, it can also provide an entry-way to your personal information if you don’t take the necessary steps to ensure safe and secure online experiences. These tips will help you protect yourself and your information online.
Simple Steps to Secure Your Personal Information
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States. It refers to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains another person’s personal data to perpetrate fraud or deception.
Who to Notify If You Suspect Theft
In the event you are victimized by the theft of any of your personal information, immediate action is mandatory to minimize the damage. File a crime report with your local Police department, and request a copy. Contact your bank and all of your creditors by telephone immediately to report the situation, and follow up your call with a letter outlining the suspected fraud.