DEBIT CARD SECURITY TIPS:
1. Always keep your debit card in a safe place
2. Do NOT send your card number through email, as it is typically not secure
3. Do not give your card number over the phone unless YOU initiated the call
4. Review your account statements as soon as you receive them to verify transactions--The Bank at Broadmoor recommends ONLINE BANKING so you can check your account ANYTIME AT YOUR CONVENIENCE! Just click the 'online banking' tab on our homepage to begin utilizing ONLINE BANKING
5. The Bank at Broadmoor recommends that you change your Personal Identification Number (PIN) EVERY 6 MONTHS
6. Cancel and cut up unused cards
7. Ensure that no one sees your PIN as you enter it.
8. Shop ONLY with merchants that you KNOW and TRUST
9. Engage in secured encryption to protect your account information. Look for "secure transaction" symbols like a lock symbol in the bottom corner of your browser window or https://... in the address bar of the website you are visiting. The 's' indicates 'secured' and means the page uses encryption.
ALL OF OUR VISA® Cards come with protection through eNFACT, our fraud detection software. eNFACT evaluates your purchase history and fraud patterns to identify uncharacteristic activity on your card. IF FRAUD IS DETECTED, AN eNFACT analyst will notify you of the suspected activity; please respond to these calls!
If you are planning to take a trip outside the US, or where you don't regularly travel, contact us before you travel to ensure your service is uninterrupted.
Enhanced online security with Verified by VISA. Sign up by clicking the link below. https://secure5.arcot.com/vpas/fisc002929/i18n/en_US/index.html
Please call The Bank at Broadmoor at (719) 633-2695 with any security questions, if your card is lost or stolen, or if you suspect unauthorized use.
Enjoy the use of your card by employing these tips!
When banking online, be sure to use a secure browser and current virus detection software. Never open email from unknown sources or click on links or pop-ups requesting your personal information such as account numbers, PIN numbers or passwords. The Bank at Broadmoor accepts no liability for any representation of products, services or information provided through links or pop-ups, and neither the bank nor its regulatory agencies will ever solicit or request your personal, non-public information or ask you to authenticate your security information. We suggest that you close browsers or other internet sites prior to initiating your online banking session.