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Important Fraud
Prevention Tip

Seacoast Bank will never call, text, or email you asking you to provide, update, or verify sensitive information such as your PIN, social security numbers, debit or credit card numbers, passwords or security codes.

Our Commitment to You.

Security is our top priority and substantial measures are in place at Seacoast Bank to protect your identity and your accounts against theft and personal fraud. From using 128-bit encryption technology to offering identity alerts and card controls and monitoring your accounts, we offer multiple layers of identity and fraud protection.

Our online services require that you authenticate your identity using your User ID along with your password. When you sign in for the first time or with a device we don’t recognize, we’ll ask you for a temporary identification code, which we’ll send to you by phone or text message. Once you give us the identification code, we’ll sign you securely into your accounts.

This multi-step process helps us protect your accounts and lets us recognize your device the next time you sign in. For extra security, we might ask you to do this again periodically.


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Our associates follow strict guidelines to validate your identity and ensure your confidential information stays protected.
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Enhanced Security

Powerful security features, including Touch ID, Face ID and multi-factor authentication keep your financial information safe.
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Behavioral Analytics

Our technology works 24/7 to flag user behavior that indicates an attempt to open fraudulent accounts using a stolen identity.
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Account Alerts

In order to help stop potential fraud, we email and/or text your mobile phone when your personal information changes.

Make Cybersecurity A Priority.

Check out our video about the Do's and Don'ts

What to Do If You're a Victim

Fraud doesn't have to ruin you financially, but the sooner you take action, the better. It is critical to take action as soon as possible if your personal information has been misused.

The Do's:

  • Lock your phone and tablet with a passcode
  • Remove unsolicited emails from your inbox
  • Install malware and virus protection on your computer, tablet and phone
  • Use a password manager instead of writing passwords on a notepad
  • Report any issues to your bank as soon as possible


The Don'ts:

  • Don't provide personal information to unsolicited calls or emails
  • Don't open attachments in emails or text messages that you weren’t expecting or from an unknown sender
  • Don't keep your phone logged into mobile banking or other financial apps
  • Be careful not to allow anyone to "shoulder surf"
  • Don’t submit passwords and personal information using public Wi-Fi hotspots

How to Protect Yourself From Fraud

With the rapid advancement of digital technology, cyber threats have also grown in scale and complexity. Discover how you can deal with some of the most prevalent cyber security threats.


Give Yourself More Peace Of Mind

Crime and fraud can be prevented by educating yourself and following a few basic steps.

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How to Recognize Phishing Scams

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Applying software updates is one of the most important things you can do. In fact, if you don’t do it, you’re very likely going to get some kind of malware in your system.

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Create Memorable and Secure Passwords

Stay ahead of criminals by using our easy tips and tools to create unique, random and unbreakable passwords that aren’t hard to remember.

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A Guide to Password Protection

Get informed about the different ways to improve your password with the use of multi-factor authentication.

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Protect Banking Information on Your Computer

The possibility of being robbed in this era of computer banking can be discouraging, but it doesn't mean you must become a victim.

For The Protection Of Your Business.

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Common Business Scams

As a business owner, you devote a lot of time and energy to making your organization run smoothly. However, if scammers target your organization, it can undermine your reputation and negatively affect your bottom line. Learn how to protect your business from fraud and scams.

Report A Potential Security Concern

Contact us if you suspect fraud on your account(s) or you responded to a suspicious email, text message or phone call.

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Saturday | 8:30am - 5pm
Sunday | CLOSED