Carson National Bank will never request personal information from
customers via email or pop-up window. If you receive any email
requesting personal information do not respond or you could be a victim
Some tips to
help prevent ID theft.
- Never directly respond to e-mail
asking for personal information.
- If you doubt a message's
authenticity, verify it by contacting the institution itself.
- Avoid spoofed sites by entering
the Web addresses directly into the browser yourself or by using
bookmarks you create.
- When prompted for a password,
give an incorrect one first. A phishing site will accept it; a
legitimate one won't.
- A secure Web site gives you more
assurance. To see whether a site is secure, look at the bottom
of your browser's window for an icon of an unbroken key or a lock
that's closed, golden, or glowing. Double-click on the lock to
display the site's certificate, and make sure it matches the company
you think you are connected to.
- Forward the fraudulent spam to
the Federal Trade Commission at
email@example.com and the Anti-Phishing Working Group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use our secure Guestbook to safely communicate with Carson National Bank. Ask questions about sensitive account matters that are inappropriate for unsecure email or just let us know what you think about our new site!