Your privacy, security and personal information is our top priority
Mobile Security Tips
- Enable the password and auto-lock functions on your device.
- Clear your device frequently by deleting text messages and/or emails containing personal information, especially before sharing or selling your device.
- Never disclose any personal information via text message or email, such as account information, login ID/Password, etc.
- Keep your device's operating system and applications updated and configured to manufacturer recommendations.
- Do not install hacked or "jailbreak" versions of the operating system or applications on your device.
- Don't bank or shop online while using unsecured, public WiFi access.
- Only install trusted applications that are from reputable sources and organizations.
- Immediately Report any banking application that appears to be malicious.
Common Mobile Fraud
Your mobile device can be a target for fraudsters. If you receive any SMS (text) message that you have not requested or are expecting, please contact the sender to confirm the authenticity of the message.
Bank of American Fork will never solicit your personal information by phone, auto-dialer, text message, email or by providing links within an email requesting that you update your information. You will not receive any email notification asking you to click a link or visit a website to unlock/un-suspend your account or to provide any private information unless otherwise requested by you through the online banking password self-reset feature. If you receive an email or phone call requesting confidential information from someone claiming to represent Bank of American Fork, please do not respond.
Please be aware of these types of phishing scams designed to obtain information from you.
Common schemes by fraudsters are to offer free or cheap ring tones, the chance to win fantastic prizes or fraudulent financial applications to gain access to your mobile device. These methods are used by fraudsters to install malicious programs, such as keylogger, Trojan, malware or spyware, to gather personal information from a mobile device.
Read more about security on our blog.