Fraud Prevention Center

The Summit will never contact you to ask for your account numbers, card number, zip code, passwords, pin numbers, passcodes, or usernames. If anyone contacts you unexpectedly and requests this information, do not provide it.

Protecting your accounts is a top priority for The Summit.

Identity theft is one of the most prevalent crimes in America today. In today’s digital world, it’s important to be on the lookout for fraudulent activity and to know how to safeguard yourself against it. At The Summit, we monitor this activity on a daily – and even hourly – basis. 

Below are resources and advice to help you stay safe from this growing problem.

Types of Scams

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Victim of Identity Theft?

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Protect Your Information

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Card Security Features

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Report Card Lost or Stolen

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Fraudulent activity is on the rise

What to do if it happens to you:

Check Out the Latest Fraud Prevention Updates & Tips

Fraud and Scams – There’s a big difference

November 15, 2023

We hear the terms “fraud” and “scam” often and sometimes interchangeably. Both are ways of separating honest people with their hard-earned money, and no one wants to be a victim of either. However, the two are not synonymous.

Protect Your Investment – Winterizing Your Home

November 7, 2023

In the region of the country where we live, winter inevitably takes a toll on our property. Your home is your biggest asset, so why not take extra steps to protect it as we near the colder weather? The purpose of winterizing your home is to avoid higher energy costs and any damage caused by ice and snow. Even if you are a renter, it’s important to protect your contents against the ravages of winter.

Mortgage Scams and How to Spot Them

September 5, 2023

Imagine this: You’ve just received an unexpected letter that looks like it comes from your mortgage lender. But then look closer and realize that something isn’t adding up. According to the Better Business Bureau Scam Tracker, some letters are a crafty solicitation for an illegitimate home warranty service. Here’s how to spot the scam.