BankTennessee will never ask you by email, text message or phone for any personal information such as your Social Security number, personal identification numbers, credit card numbers, or online banking password. We do not use any of these methods to confirm, verify, activate or authenticate your personal information.
If you are suspicious about an email, phone call, text message or any other form of communication appearing to be from BankTennessee, contact us immediately at 901-854-0854 or your local BankTennessee office to confirm its legitimacy. Also, please forward it to email@example.com for our security specialist to investigate.If you feel you are the victim of identity theft or to report a lost or stolen ATM/Debit Card:
Pronounced “fishing,” that’s exactly what thieves are doing . . . “fishing” for your personal financial information. These thieves want account numbers, passwords, Social Security numbers, and other confidential information that they can fraudulently use to loot your checking account, run up bills on your credit cards, or in the worst case, steal your identity that can take you years to unravel.
As part of a scam, unsuspecting persons are usually redirected to a phony website or to call a phone number that may look or sound exactly like the real thing. While these schemes change frequently, they usually ask you to immediately call a particular phone number or go to a website and then ask you to provide personal data. If you provide the requested information, you may find yourself the victim of identity theft.
Protect yourself from fraud and possible identity theft by always questioning if something asks for personal information or sounds too good to be true. For example, never send money with the promise of receiving money back. If you are notified that you have won the lottery, make sure you have entered the lottery.
Below are some resources that you may find useful to help safeguard your identity.