Report Fraud Activity
1st Security Bank of Roundup is committed to stopping fraudulent activity for our customers. We don’t ask for account numbers, PINs, or credit card numbers via email. If you think you may be a victim of fraudulent activity, please contact us immediately.
Be prepared to be asked about the specific website address, purchase history or email address that you believe to be suspicious.
Contact 1st Security Bank of Roundup
Contact us at (406) 323-1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org to report any fraudulent activities on your 1st Security Bank of Roundup Accounts.
Contact Other Creditors
Contact your other creditors, including credit card and phone companies, banks, and other lenders, to notify them of potential fraud. Close any accounts that have been breached and reopen them with new account numbers and passwords. Do not use your Social Security Number as a username or password.
File a Police Report
Contact your local police department if you suspect that your personal information was stolen. Some creditors want a police report which may add credibility to your case. Creditors may require proof of criminal activity.
Report to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Call the FTC hotline at 1-877-ID THEFT (1-877-438-4338) to speak with a trained identity theft counselor.
Contact the Major Credit Bureaus
Contact the major credit bureaus and request they place a short or long-term "fraud alert" on your credit file. This alert requires creditors to verify your identity before opening any new accounts in your name or changing any existing accounts.
Contact any other agencies as appropriate.
Postal Inspection Service:
If you believe your mail was stolen or redirected, notify your local post office.
Social Security Fraud Hotline:1-800-269-0271.
If you suspect someone is using your Social Security number for fraudulent purposes, call the hotline.
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV):
If you believe someone is trying to get a driver's license or identification card using your name and information, contact your local DMV.
Review all Accounts
Since identity theft takes time to resolve, you should continue to review all charges and transactions appearing on account statements and online. Immediately report any discrepancies.