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COVID-19 Alert

March 6, 2020

At Reliant Bank, the well-being of our employees and customers is of utmost importance. And like organizations and individuals across the country, we are closely monitoring the current status of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

We understand that it’s unnerving to learn that the coronavirus has made its way to our community and want to assure you that we are taking proper precautions.

In addition to ensuring that our employees are following CDC recommendations and common-sense measures, we want to share these tips that may be taken to avoid illness and help respond to this emerging public health threat:

  • Wash your hands often using soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you’ve touched someone who is sick. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are experiencing symptoms of flu or other respiratory diseases.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • If you have cold and cough symptoms, make sure to cover your coughs and sneezes by using the bend of your arm (elbow) or using disposable tissues and immediately disposing of them in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay away from others who are sick.

The following resources are available for up-to-date information.

Phone and debit fraud alert

January 16, 2020

Reminder – Reliant will never ask for your account number over the phone. If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be Reliant Bank asking for any of the following information:

  • Debit Card PIN Number
  • Debit Card Number
  • Debit Card Security Code
  • Account Number
  • Social Security Number

Please end the call and call your local branch or 877-221-2050 to report the call to us. Reliant will not ask you for this information over the phone.

If you suspect that your card has been compromised or see suspicious debit card transactions in your account, you can turn off your card using the “Manage Cards” feature in the Reliant mobile app. You can learn more about Card Valet and Card Management features here.

Debit Card Alert:

Reliant Bank takes every precaution to protect your accounts. Because of recurring fraud, Reliant Bank declines foreign debit card transactions and places a temporary hold on the card to prevent unauthorized activity on the account. When a hold is placed, you will be unable to use your debit card until you confirm the purchase is authorized by calling 1-800-262-2024 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To prevent this from occurring, please let Reliant Bank know when you plan travel to foreign countries.

Skimmer Alert:  

There is an increased amount of debit card fraud among our cardholders.  We believe skimmers are the cause of most of this fraud.  A skimmer is a device placed on an ATM, gas pump, or similar machine where a debit/ATM card is swiped.  When the card is swiped it passes through the skimmer and on to the actual card reader, therefore providing the criminal with all debit card info from the magnetic strip.  The cardholder is unsuspecting because their transaction completes successfully.  The criminal then removes the skimmer once it has gathered numerous cardholder’s information and in turn conducts fraudulent transactions against those cardholders.

Please be cognizant when swiping your card at ATMs and gas stations.  If anything looks suspicious or out of the ordinary, please do not use that terminal.

How to Protect Yourself From Fraud

• Your Debit Card – Reliant Bank works with our debit card provider to minimize our customers’ fraud exposure.  Our provider has a Fraud Management Team which monitors our customers’ accounts to assess any suspicious activity.  From time to time you may receive a call regarding your account activity.  This is a protective measure in order to verify transactions on your account.  The Fraud Management Team will never ask you for your account number, debit card number or PIN.  If you are contacted by the Fraud Management Team and still have questions about your account, please contact your Reliant Banker for assistance.

• Protect Yourself from Skimmers - A skimmer is a device placed on an ATM, gas pump, or similar machine where a debit/ATM card is swiped and is designed to steal customer information.  More info

• Protect Yourself from Phishing - Phishing is a tactic scammers use to obtain customer information by crafting an email which looks like it is being sent from a legitimate organization, but when in fact it directs you to a bogus website to download malware and/or viruses or attempts to entice you to reveal sensitive personal information.  More info

• Protect Yourself from Vishing - Vishing is another tactic scammers use by leaving a voice message on your phone with instructions to call, often times, a toll free number where they request credit card numbers, PINs and other sensitive personal information.  More info

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