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Protecting your privacy is important to us and our employees. Stay informed on Security News taking place and resources to use.

Read our Privacy Policy and Security Statement to learn how we protect your account information. For additional information please contact Andrea Harris, BSA / Security Officer, at (610) 421-4001.

As a general business practice, we would not ask for sensitive personal information by unsolicited email. If you have any questions or concerns about any unsolicited email that you receive, please call us at (610) 395-8834 or email us.

For more security news, every month Andrea Harris and Brad Borene from our security department host a livestream on Facebook discussing various security and finance topics. You can find recordings of these livestreams on our Helpful Hints playlist on the New Tripoli Bank YouTube channel.

Phishing Scam Targeting E-ZPass Users

Our security team was recently alerted to a new phishing scam targeting users of the turnpike E-ZPass system. This scam has been reported by toll agencies across the country over the past several days.

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Don't Click on "Free" Computer Security Scans

There's no such thing as a free lunch, and there's no such thing as a "free" security scan for your computer. You may have been browsing the internet in the past and seen a pop-up or ad for a "free" scan to find malware on your computer. Some of these ads might even have official-looking logos like the Windows logo to make them appear more legitimate. Don't fall for it! These are scammers impersonating well-known companies and using scare tactics to trick you into paying to fix computer problems that may not even exist.

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What To Do When Your Checks Are Altered

Mail check fraud continues to be a serious problem facing consumers and banks and combatting this epidemic of fraud is a top priority for the security team here at New Tripoli Bank. This type of fraud occurs when someone steals uncashed checks, either from personal or Post Office mail boxes (i.e. the blue mailboxes), then "washes" the checks and alters them to cash out themselves or sells uncashed checks online. This leaves the person who wrote the check paying someone who is not the intended recipient.

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This New Phishing Scam is a Doozy!

We have recently been alerted to a new scam affecting consumers in our area that is a spin on classic phone phishing tactics.

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