Protect your identity
Kasasa Protect monitors your sensitive information around the clock, providing reports, and intervening as needed. Whether proactively assessing threats behind the scenes or deploying comprehensive restoration services should something occur, Kasasa Protect is always working for you.
Protect yourself online
- TIPS For Staying Safe Online - By Nerdwallet
- Online Security - Federal Trade Commission
- ID Theft A Recovery Plan
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Additional ways to protect your identity:
- To report suspected fraud or Identity Theft (610) 586-4070
- To report a lost/stolen Mastercard® Debit/ATM Card call 833-337-6075
- If you received a suspicious email or phishing email, please report it to [email protected]
Traveling outside of the United States?
To further protect your Mastercard® Debit Card, cardholders intending to use their Mastercard® Debit card abroad should contact their local branch prior to their trip. Making this call will ensure uninterrupted use of your card and access to your money while you travel.
Phishing scams via email or text message
Sharon Bank is dedicated to provide the highest security and privacy for all your personal information you provide us. For security purposes:
- Sharon Bank will never send you an unsolicited e-mail or text message asking for passwords, account numbers or other sensitive information. We will also never send you an unsolicited email or text message directing you to provide this information to any area of our website.
- Sharon Bank will not ask for personal or account information to be submitted to us via e-mail or text message.
- Sharon Bank will not provide personal information (e.g. Internet Banking password), via e-mail or text message.
- If you call us or you receive a call from us, our staff will never ask you for your Internet Banking password.
If you receive any suspicious emails or telephone calls, do not respond; do not give any personal information.
To report any suspicious communication, please notify us at (610) 586-4070 during normal business hours.
Protect your privacy
Learn how you can protect yourself against Identity Theft and other security risks.
Below are links with valuable information to help you protect your personal information.
- FDIC - Identity Theft and Fraud
- OnGuard Online
- FTC - Bureau of Consumer Protection
- FDIC Quick Links for Consumers and Communities
How to receive a free Annual Credit Report
Under federal law you are entitled to a copy of your credit report annually from all three credit reporting agencies - Experian®, Equifax® and TransUnion® - once every 12 months. Every consumer should check their credit reports from each of the 3 bureaus annually. Doing so will make sure your credit is up-to-date and accurate. Each reporting agency collects and records information in different ways and may not have the same information about your credit history.
How to request a free statutory annual credit file disclosure?
- You may contact the Central Source by visiting https://www.annualcreditreport.com/
- You can request by phone and call 877 FACTACT
- You can complete the Request Form and mail it to: Annual Credit Report Request Service, P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA 30348-5281
When you order, you will need to provide your name, address, Social Security number, and date of birth. To verify your identity, you may need to provide some information on your credit report, such as the amount of your monthly mortgage payment.
Your free annual credit report does not include your credit score. A credit score is an additional service that can be purchased when getting your credit report. Along with knowing your credit score you will learn what factors positively or negatively impact your credit risk.