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Fraud Alert System
We are always looking for new ways to stop fraud faster, and with our enhanced fraud prevention tools, we can quickly text you if we suspicious activity on your BankTennessee debit card. If you receive a fraud alert message, simply respond whether the transaction was yours or not. And don’t worry–if you miss our text, we’ll also send you an email or try to call you. There is no cost to you for this service.

You may receive text messages, phone calls and/or emails asking you to confirm if suspicious transactions are valid. We will only ask you to verify the validity of the transaction.

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.

In order to notify you immediately of potential fraudulent use of your debit card, please contact your local BankTennessee branch to verify that we have your current contact information.

Questions? Please click here for frequently asked questions or contact us.



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