Protecting Our Customers Is Our Top Priority
While we can assure you that we are constantly monitoring our security and safeguarding your information, fraud prevention is a partnership.
How We Protect Our Customers
We use the latest technology to ensure that your accounts are kept confidential including:
Keeping You and Your Information Secure
alliedfirst.com is a secure site. The “https” at the beginning of the web address in the address bar indicates that you are using a secure communication over the Internet. This protocol is a combination of the standard Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http) with the security component SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). A padlock icon is also visible to indicate a secure connection. Always check you are on the correct site and the https and padlock icon appear before entering your log in information.
How to Protect Yourself From Fraud and Other Phishing Attempts
Never give out personal information, debit or credit card numbers, account number(s), or wire money or send gift cards as a result of an unexpected or unsolicited call or email if you cannot validate the caller’s or sender’s authenticity. Know how to access your account statements or online banking easily to verify our contact information. You can access your account online at any time or call us at (800) 272-3286 for any questions you may have.
We have provided links below to reputable service organizations that can help in preventing, identifying and resolving fraud. Please remember that we are also here to help and can be reached at 1-800-272-3286.
Federal Trade Commission – www.ftc.gov/idtheft
Social Security Administration – www.ssa.gov
Internet Crime Complaint Center – www.ic3.gov
Equifax – www.equifax.com
Experian – www.experian.com
TransUnion – www.transunion.com
Innovis – www.innovis.com
To opt out from firm offers of credit or insurance – www.OptOutPrescreen.com