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Vice President of Financial Crimes, Shane Shoemaker shares a tip: Beware of calls, texts, and emails asking for personal information.

Keeping Your Accounts Safe

Layers of safeguards protect your Broadview accounts and sensitive data, including:

  • Account Monitoring
  • Multi-factor Authentication
  • Lock Warnings
  • Real-Time Text Alerts (available in our mobile app)
  • Card Surveillance & User Controls
  • Checking your Credit Report regularly
  • When available, opt out of paper bills and choose electronic statements

Test Your Fraud Knowledge

Keeping your accounts secure is our top priority. And you can take some simple steps to protect all that’s yours. Follow along as we outline how we protect personal and business accounts. Get tips to help you avoid scams, plus what to do if you suspect you’re a victim.

Start by taking our Fraud Quiz to test your knowledge of security and scams.

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Helpful Tips

Never Share This Info

Remember, Broadview will never contact you to ask for your:

  • PINs or account numbers
  • Logins and passwords
  • Full Social Security number
  • Help with a PIN or password reset
  • Driver’s license number

Prevent Fraud Proactively

To help reduce the risk of fraud:

  • Track account activity with text alerts
  • Report any unusual transactions
  • Consider an ID theft monitoring service
  • Activate Mastercard SecureCode
  • Keep contact information up-to-date

How to Report Fraud

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