Protecting Your Business From Fraud

It seems simple, but at Bank of Blue Valley we know our customers. We live and work in the same community, and we get to know about your business and financial goals. Only then, do we offer a consultative approach and provide advice or recommend customized solutions that will help you meet your financial goals. That’s why many organizations refer to us as partners in their success. It’s also why we’ll never call you and ask for your account number or passwords.

The more you know about payment fraud and cyber security, the better. Have questions or concerns? Give us a call at 877.280.1862. Our experts are ready to share best practices in cyber security and help you stay informed so you can protect your organization.

Bank of Blue Valley takes fraud prevention very seriously, and we are dedicated to helping you protect yourself. We have partnered with Trusteer Rapport®, a leading expert in financial security. Trusteer Rapport’s online fraud protection software is customized to protect Bank of Blue Valley InBusiness Online Banking users. Click here to learn more about the software, or read below to find out more about online banking security best practices.

When banking with Bank of Blue Valley, it’s important to remember that:

  • We will never ask for personal or financial information by, in response to or via a link in email.
  • We will never initiate a phone call asking for financial information, including your account or social security numbers or balances.
  • When you call Bank of Blue Valley, we may ask you for specific information in attempt to verify your identity before disclosing financial information.
  • If we have reason to doubt the authenticity of a caller, we are not required to provide financial information.


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