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Consumer Alert

Protect Yourself Against Financial Fraud

We at Central Valley Bank respect the privacy of our customers and are committed to treating customer information responsibly. Our Customer Information Privacy Policy serves as a standard for all Central Valley Bank employees for collection, use, retention and security of individual customer information. Unless you have initiated the contact, Central Valley Bank will not ask you for your personal information through email, mail or phone. With financial fraud on the rise, it is important that you know how to protect yourself against this type of fraud.

For examples of fraud scams, prevention tips and to see if you are at risk, please visit: www.FakeChecks.org

What should I do if I receive a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from Central Valley Bank?

  1. If you receive such an email do not respond to it nor use the link within the e-mail.
  2. Please forward a copy of the message to support@cvbankwa.com so we can further investigate the source of these messages.
  3. If you have inadvertently given out your Central Valley Bank account information, immediately contact your local Central Valley Bank branch.
  4. Report this e-mail fraud to the Federal Trade Commission through the Internet at www.consumer.gov/idtheft, or by calling 1-877-IDTHEFT and the FBI's Internet Fraud Compliance Center at www.ifccfbi.gov/index.asp.
Serving the Yakima and Kittitas Counties of Washington since 1962