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Online Security Center

Online security is more important than ever before. Rest assured, protecting your personal information is one of our top priorities. We are committed to providing you with the tools, tips and resources you need to keep your information safe and secure.

Our Online Security Center is designed to be your go-to resource for information and best practices that will help you recognize fraud before it’s too late. Familiarize yourself with the following information to find out how we protect you and how you can protect yourself by identifying, preventing and reporting fraudulent activity.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions and check back regularly to read our blog with articles relating to the latest cybercrimes. Remember, NebraskaLand Bank will never ask you to provide or verify account or login information by email, phone or text message. This includes account numbers, user IDs, passwords and debit or credit card information.

Identity Theft Protection
ID Theft for Business

While consumers are constantly bombarded with electronic ads, and the dangers of online scams, the average buyer has evolved and will research before signing the dotted line. Other lending and insurance marketers have resorted to purchasing consumer information to seem legitimate.

continue reading "Misleading Marketing Practices: Lending Companies Using Your Bank’s Reputation Without Permission"

Located conveniently in your NebraskaLand Bank app, Zelle® enables you to send and receive money with friends and family, wherever they bank in the U.S. Follow these easy tips to use Zelle® safely:

1. Only send money to those you know and trust

2. Beware of payment scams

3. Treat Zelle® like cash

continue reading "How to Send Money with Zelle® Safely"

Gift card fraud affects digital and physical gift cards alike. While fraudsters may approach gift card fraud with a variety of scams, the goal is to steal the funds from the cards while remaining undetected. Most likely, you’ve probably bought and/or received at least one gift card this year. Whether it was for a birthday, holiday, special event or “just because,” gift cards are the most wanted – and the most popular gift in the U.S. for nearly any occasion. Retailers and consumers have felt an increase in gift card scams, with victims reporting over $148 million stolen in the first nine months of 2021, more than all of 2020. Gift card fraud is on the rise, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) warns it’s a popular method for scammers to steal money. Let’s look at some ways that fraudsters use scams to commit theft.