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Recently we have heard of people receiving fraudulent e-mails that appear to be from their bank or even from the FDIC, when in fact the e-mails were sent by imposters. These e-mails may request the reader to provide or confirm important personal information, either by return e-mail or by going to a website, that can be used for fraud or identity theft. This is sometimes known as “phishing.”
How can you be assured that the e-mail you receive from Manufacturers Bank is legitimate? When Manufacturers Bank sends out an e-mail notification our name is presented clearly on the “from” line. We do not ask you to send us sensitive personal information by e-mail, nor do we send out e-mails with your personal information or request you to update or confirm personal information by e-mail or at our website.
If you ever have any doubt about an e-mail that appears to be from Manufacturers Bank, call our Customer Contact Center at (877) 560-9812 or your relationship manager to confirm that it is authentic.
Also, be aware of websites that look like legitimate sites; these can be phony sites that are designed to collect personal information, also for fraudulent purposes. Do not provide personal information or perform transactions on a website that you reach by clicking on a link in an e-mail or another website, unless you are certain it is legitimate, and make sure that any website you use to perform transactions posts information about its privacy and security policies. To view Manufacturers Bank 's Privacy statement click here, and for our Security statement click here.
For additional information on how you can protect yourself from becoming a victim of ID Theft, visit
Federal Trade Commission for the Consumer
Federal Trade Commission: Your National Resource for Identity Theft
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