Protect Yourself
Take steps to avoid scams and cybercrime
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1st Source Bank is committed to your security. We work diligently to protect your information and money. We also understand that education and awareness are critical elements of a good security plan. The information provided here is intended to increase awareness and help you Protect Yourself.
“Think about the value of what your passwords are protecting. Remember, they’re what keep people away from your valuable stuff, your identity, your money.”
We work vigilantly at 1st Source Bank to protect you, our clients, from fraud. It’s a 24 hour a day job. We do everything we can to keep your information and money secure, and we have an excellent record. You can help protect yourself by developing an effective password strategy for your accounts.

Read more about creating secure passwords and how they help you.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says crooks use a wide range of scam tools, including phishing emails and texts, bogus social media posts, impostor schemes, and many more. FTC investigators say scam artists follow the headlines and news reports closely and then they adapt tactics to take advantage of the circumstances.

Read more about these scams and how to protect yourself.

  • 1st Source will NEVER request that you reveal or confirm your password, PIN, CVV code, or account information via call, email, an email link or text message.
  • Never share user IDs, passwords, PINs, etc. with anyone.
  • A true business of any type will never request direct access (username and password) to your Online Banking for any reason such as sending funds or verification
  • Keep sensitive data out of your email and text messages, the communication is not secure and could be intercepted by hackers.
    • Never send any personal information (account numbers, social security numbers, passwords, etc) via text message or email.
  • Don’t allow your browser to save your username or password, even though it may be convenient. This allows anyone who uses your computer to log into your account.
These short videos break down common fraud trends.