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FDIC Insurance

For information on all your questions regarding coverage under the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), please feel free to contact our branches or simply click here .

Lost Bank Card?

24 hours a day, 7 days a week call 1-800-528-2273

After Hours Fraud Department

Please call 1-800-889-5280

Cyber Security Tips

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Mobile Security Tips

Deluxe PROVENT® ID Protect Plus

This powerful service provides:

Internet Monitoring:  Ongoing monitoring of certain data and records available on the Internet to identify any known risks associated with up to 13 different consumer identity elements, as well as alerts if something is amiss.

Credit Monitoring:  Daily monitoring and alerts to notify you of certain activities associated with your credit file.

ID Restoration:  A certified Resolution Specialist to manage your fraud or identity theft case, an online wallet to store personal information you would like to manage and protect wtih 24/7 secure access, and preventive measures including up-to-date education, checklists and free or recommended resources for prevention of identity theft.

For more information on the Deluxe PROVENT ID Protect Plus please email Ellen Dalton at ellen.dalton@bankucb1.com

 

United Community Bank strives to protect our customer's information and would like to offer tools to help you understand, and fight, Identity Theft.

If you feel you have been a victim of a scam email or identity theft please contact the Electronic Banking Department or phone them at 812-537-4822 or 800-474-7845  extension 485.

Fake check scams could cost you thousands of dollars. Check out the following website to check out the most common scams. Visit www.fakechecks.org.

Protecting Yourself from Overdraft and Bounced-Check Fees

Find out how to avoid overdrafts and bounced check fees.

The links listed below will help you understand the different types of scams, how to avoid them, what to do if you are a victim. Please take the time to review this important information. United Community Bank wants to keep you informed on the newest ways to keep your information safe.

To review some of the ways UCB safeguards your information, and for ways you can protect yourself, please click on Security Information.

For information from the Federal Trade Commission visit Identity Theft and What It's All About What to do if you are a Victim of Identity Theft.