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Fraud is committed when criminals use your personal information to access your bank accounts, obtain loans, make purchases, rent an apartment in your name, get a job, get medical services, or otherwise use your identity for their own purposes.

Recognize types of fraud.

There are many different types of fraud committed every day. Learn how to recognize the red flags and scams that can be used against you or your loved ones.

Fraud prevention is one of our core values.

Anyone can be a potential target for fraudsters. At First National Bank and Trust, our first priority is protecting your personal information and preventing bad actors from gaining access to your accounts.


Keeping your information and money secure is our priority.

Know who you share your information with. Store and dispose of your personal information securely. Keeping your information and money safe is extremely important.

Take action against fraud.

Financial exploitation can happen when you least expect it. There are steps you can take if your information has been compromised.

Assist victims of financial abuse.

Do you know someone who has been the victim of financial abuse or fraud? Millions of people are targeted every year and may not know what to do if their information has been compromised.