Every day, cyber criminals are finding new ways to steal your private information. Their methods are becoming more sophisticated, which makes it more difficult to tell the difference between what is real and what is not.
Unless you initiated the contact, Enterprise will not request your personal information (e.g., account number, Social Security number, PIN, User ID or Password) through email, U.S. mail, live or automated phone call, or text message. If you receive unusual calls or emails claiming to be from Enterprise and requesting your personal or account information, do not respond and contact us immediately at 833-896-2850. If you call Enterprise, we may ask for information to verify your identity.
Note: All Enterprise debit and credit cards have 24/7 fraud protection. If we spot potentially fraudulent charges on your account, we’ll text, email or call you and ask if the charge is legitimate. If no response is received to text or emails, Enterprise will call you at the number listed on your account. During the call, we will ask for information to verify your identity.
You are the front line of protection for your information, and we want you to have the knowledge to recognize common scams before they occur. This summary of Common Scams provides examples of attempts to steal personal information, and how to avoid them.
For your banking security, please remember:
- Never disclose or write down login and password information
- Always use a complex password consisting of numbers, letters and special characters
Click here for a list of internet banking best practices and controls.
Report Phishing and Fraud
If you suspect that someone is attempting to access your private information for illicit purposes, report it immediately:
Please forward all Enterprise Bank & Trust-related phishing attempts to: [email protected] Due to the insecure nature of email, do not include any personal information such as account numbers or social security numbers, in emails or forms.