Skip to main contentor please stop by one of our convenient locations.
Online Banking > Login / Enroll
DFSB is committed to maintaining the privacy and security of your personal and private information. Click the videos below to learn how to protect you and your identity online, and over the phone.
Learn More about Malware
Learn more about Fraud
Learn more about ID Theft
Learn more about Public WiFi
Learn more about Sharing Information
Learn More about Phone Fraud
Identity Theft is a serious crime. It occurs when your personal information is stolen and used without your knowledge to commit fraud or other crimes. Identity theft can cost you time and money. It can destroy your credit and ruin your good name. Even if you have not been touched by identity theft, chances are you will be one day. Here are some of the most important trends you should be aware of to keep fraudsters from separating you from your money.
Phishing is the criminal attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Phishing is typically carried out by email, directing users to enter personal financial details at a fake website whose look and feel are almost identical to a legitimate one.
This is a variation of phishing. With phishing, criminals might send a single, mass email to thousands of people. Spear phishing attacks are customized and sent to a single person at a time. The spear phishing email usually contains personal information such as your name or some disarming fact about your employment. A spear phishing email usually includes a link leading to a fake website that requests personal information. The phony email may contain a downloadable file. They often appear to come from an employer or another seemingly legitimate source. But the file contains malware, and once downloaded to your computer, collects your personal information and transmits it to the criminal.
Vishing is the name for phishing attacks using the telephone. The term is a combination of voice and phishing, and is typically used to steal credit card numbers, bank account numbers and passwords. You might receive a phone call advising you that your credit card has been used illegally, and to call a certain number to “verify” your account number.
Smishing is yet another variation of phishing. The term is a combination of SMS (Short Message Service, the technology used in text messaging) and phishing. In this scam, the fraudster uses cell phone text messages to lure you to a website or perhaps to use a phone number that connects to an automated voice response system.
Dearborn Federal Savings Bank will never send an email, text message or leave a voice message asking for personal information or send you to a special site to “update personal information.” If you receive any such requests from someone claiming to be a representative of Dearborn Federal Savings Bank, contact our Customer Service Department at 800-809-3372, option 4.
Card skimming attempts to hijack your personal information and your identity by tampering with ATM machines. Fraudsters set up a device that is capable of capturing the debit card magnetic stripe and key pad information from the ATM, then sell this information to criminals who use it to create new cards with your account numbers.
Fake check scams use technology to create realistic cashier’s checks. These checks are used by scammers to pay for online purchases (such as through Craig’s List), some form of lottery that you are told that you won, mystery shopper funding and other fraudulent activities. The scam always involves you accepting the fake cashier’s check (or other type of check) which is more than the purchase price of payment due to you, and then you sending the difference in a separate check or via wired funds to the scammer. You keep the worthless fake check and the scammer keeps your real check or wired funds with your real money. Click here to view the FBI Fraud Alert.
By phone: 1-877-ID-THEFT (438-4338)
By TTY: 1-866-653-4261
By mail: Identity Theft Clearinghouse
Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC 20580
Federal Trade Commission: www.ftc.gov/idtheft
On Guard Online: www.OnGuardOnline.gov
Internet Crime Complaint Center: www.ic3.gov
Consumer Guides and Protection: www.usa.gov
Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force: www.stopfraud.gov
National Cyber Security Alliance: www.staysafeonline.org
Protect Your Identity: www.protectyouridnow.org
MOBILE BANKING FOR IPHONE & ANDROID
©Copyright 2019 Dearborn Federal Savings Bank | All rights reserved
Get Adobe Acrobat Reader
The website you have selected is an external one located on another server. Dearborn Federal Savings Bank has no responsibility for any external website. We neither endorse the information, content, presentation, or accuracy nor make any warranty, express or implied, regarding any external site.
Your privacy is very important to us. We would like to advise you that Internet email is not secure. Please do not submit any information that you consider confidential. We recommend you do not include your social security or account number or other specific identifying information.
Dearborn Federal Savings Bank’s Mortgage Center is in the process of being updated. As we work to improve your experience in obtaining loan information, please be advised some of the links may not be available. Thank you for your patience. We look forward to presenting you with a refreshed look and new content soon!