In order to provide the highest level of security to our customers, ucbnd.com is now ucbnd.bank. The bank domain is specific to the banking industry and has robust security technology in place. Customers can be assured they are communicating on a secure and trusted website when they see our .bank domain.
Your Security is Our Priority
Security is an ongoing partnership between United Community Bank and our customers. Continued education, heightened awareness, and the right tools go a long way toward helping you to protect your personal and financial information.
Debit Card & Credit Card Protection
Be in the know. United Community Bank provides many options for additional card protection including text alerts and SecureCode Protection. Visit our Card Services page for a full list of options.
Protecting Yourself From Social Engineering
Social engineering is the art of manipulating people so they reveal confidential information. The types of information these criminals seek can vary; but when individuals are targeted, the criminals are usually trying to trick victims into providing passwords, social security numbers, debit or credit card numbers, bank information, or access computers to secretly install malicious software. This can provide access to passwords and bank information as well as allow control over the computer.
Social engineering tactics include:
- Phishing – Attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, or debit/credit card details, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity. Phishing is typically carried out by email or instant messaging and often directs users to click on a link or open an attachment.
- Phone impersonation
- Dumpster diving
- Shoulder surfing
- Social networks
Rule of Thumb
Never share your user name, password, social security number, or account numbers with anyone. United Community Bank will NEVER ask you for this information.
The following links provide up-to-date information on fraudulent scams, viruses, spyware, etc.
Have you been targeted? Report spam/fraud to us by calling 701-839-3500.
If you fall victim of identity theft or would like additional information on ways to protect your identity, you can find helpful information on the Federal Trade Commission website www.identitytheft.gov. Please refer to this website for the latest scam information, consumer alerts issued by the government and other resources such as credit scoring and telemarketing rules.
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