The safety and security of our customers’ financial information is a priority for us. We take every step we can to protect account information and educate our customers to help them avoid theft and fraud. Learn more about how to keep your information safe.
Origin Bank will never email or text you requesting your online banking password or PIN number. We may on occasion call to verify other information regarding your online activity should we see something of concern in your login patterns. If you plan to travel and use your Origin Bank Debit Card, it is very helpful to call us in advance to avoid your account being temporarily disabled for security purposes.
Sign up for Origin Bank debit alerts to receive text or e-mail notifications of account activity. You can customize your notification settings to receive certain types of alerts, such as out-of-state transactions, card status change, or funds transfer. Debit alerts are a free service for any Origin Bank customer with a checking account.
The safety and security of our customers’ financial information is a priority for us. Consumers are now relying on computers and the Internet for everything from shopping and communicating to banking and bill paying more than ever. While the benefits of faster and more convenient "cyber" services are clear, the strategies for preventing online fraud and theft may not be as well-known by many bank customers.
The FDIC recently published a special edition of the agency's quarterly consumer newsletter featuring tips for preventing online fraud and theft "A Bank Customer's Guide to Cybersecurity." We recommend that each of our customers take some time to read about the different ways to keep your information safe and secure. We've listed some recommended tips below on how you can protect your "cyber home" and how to be safer when using a smartphone or tablet. To read the full special edition newsletter on cybersecurity, click here to go to the FDIC Consumer News website.