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