Lewis & Clark Bank is committed to protecting the privacy and security of our customer's personal and banking information. We take this responsibility very seriously by making sure your account information is not shared with other customers or with any other companies.
CUSTOMER AWARENESS & EDUCATION
Internet security is a concern for consumers and businesses who are trying to protect themselves from unlawful access to their online banking accounts. The internet has become a primary source for criminals to obtain identifying data, passwords, or banking information and use them to gain unauthorized access to financial accounts for identity theft or other illegal acts. There are several ways you can help protect your banking information, and it is important to educate and protect yourself when using systems connected to the internet.
Report Phishing Email
To report a suspicious email that uses Lewis & Clark Bank's name, forward it to us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report Suspicious Activity
Please call us at 503-212-3200 if you notice suspicious activity on your account or have customer information security related questions.
FOR ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND USEFUL INFORMATION, SEE THE FOLLOWING:
Stay Safe Online
Learn how to protect yourself, your family and your devices with these tips and resources at www.StaySafeOnline.org
Avoid Scams and Secure Your Computer
Resources for parents, small business, educators, techies and kids on avoiding scams, securing your computer, being smart online & protecting kids online at www.onguardonline.gov
Protect Yourself Online – Stop, Think, Connect
Practice good online safety habits with tips and advice for connecting with care. Safety tips for your mobile device and keeping a clean machine at www.stopthinkconnect.org
Identity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. Find out what to do if you become a victim and how to prevent it at www.consumer.gov/idtheft and www.fdic.gov/consumers/theft
Consumer Protection for Seniors
Learn about rights for the elderly, detect and prevent fraud and more at www.usa.gov/Topics/Seniors/Consumer.shtml