KANZA Bank is committed to providing you with the most secure access to your accounts. You may be a victim of fraud if you notice the following:

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avoid becoming a victim to online fraud

To help you avoid becoming a victim of online fraud, we make available to you within this section our industry's best resources. If you see or suspect fraudulent activity in your accounts, take immediate action to restore your identity and minimize damage. Alert the three credit bureaus so they may notify you of any compromising activity, documenting conversations by name, date and action. Follow these links:

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Types of Fraud

From identity theft to phishing, there are a number of different types of fraud. Discover the types and how to avoid becoming a victim.

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Computer Security Tips

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Report Fraud or Suspicious Activity

If you suspect that you have become a victim of fraud, or you wish to put further protections in place against such, KANZA Bank offers the following tips:

  • Do not respond to email warning you of dire consequences unless you validate personal information immediately. Look for a phone number and instead, contact the company to confirm the email's validity.
  • If you have responded to an email, contact your bank immediately so they can protect your account and your identity.
  • Report suspicious activity to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center. 

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