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Morrill & Janes Bank

How Morrill & Janes Bank Protects Your Data


We take the security of your account very seriously.

Protecting your privacy is important to MJB and to our employees. We guard against unauthorized access to client information, and we are committed to taking appropriate actions to prevent fraud.

As a general business practice, Morrill & Janes Bank will never contact you via email, text messaging, instant messaging or its website to request your user ID, password, social security number or any other personal information. If you should ever receive such a request, please do not provide the requested information and please notify the MJB immediately. If you have any questions or concerns about any unsolicited email, unsolicited phone calls or text messages that you receive, please call 1.877.372.8384 or send an email to frauddivision@mjbtrc.com (remember not to include any account numbers in your email).

eBanking on the Internet and through Your Mobile Device - Our eBanking incorporates the following security practices:

  • Multiple firewalls: protect our systems from unauthorized access.
  • Unique Access ID and Password: known only to you.
  • "Time-Out" feature: automatically logs you out of our system after a period of inactivity.
  • SSL Technology: To assure the privacy and security of your account information, MJB employs: 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, which encrypts your data so that it is unreadable as it travels across the Internet. SSL also authenticates the server with which you're communicating, so you can be sure that your information is going to MJB and not to another location.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA): incorporates something only you have or know. in addition to a unique access ID and password, this also allows you to verify the bank's website identity, and for us to verify your identity using personal image and pass phrase or a token. Have questions about MFA? Visit our MFA FAQ.
  • Personal Security Questions help protect you when you need further assistance. 

Your password or PIN should be unique to you, and you should change it regularly. Do not use birthdates or other numbers or words that may be easy for others to guess. Do not give your password or PIN out to others.

Watch the Enhanced Online Security tutorials to see how these measures help keep your information safe using our Personal and Business online banking services.

 

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Our Privacy Policy discloses what information we collect and what we do, or don't do, with it.