News, information and helpful hints!
The United States Secret Service is proactively taking steps to alert the public about the types of email scams associated with the Coronavirus. Here are some tips to help you recognize coronavirus related scams.
When a disaster strikes, every customer should know their bank is prepared, their deposits are safe and they will have continued access to their funds. Banks are required by law to have extensive disaster recovery plans in place to protect customer accounts and state and federal regulators routinely examine our bank for preparedness.
As members of your community, Management at Bank of the Pacific is taking the Coronavirus (COVID-19) issue very seriously. Effective Tuesday, March 17, all Branch Locations will be operating by Drive-Up and ATM only for at least the next 15 days.Learn More
Distrust and Verify! Phishing (someone trying to get your personal information, account information and log-in information) comes in many forms. You could be called on the phone or receive an email or text from a fraudster. Here are some ways to protect yourself!
To prepare for threats and situations like the coronavirus, Bank of the Pacific reviews its Pandemic Plan and develops strategies in the event of a true outbreak in our regions. We will continue to assess the situation as we learn more and communicate any relevant information and action plans.Learn More
It’s not that the company you applied to is selling or sharing your information. Rather, it’s that creditors – including mortgage companies – are taking advantage of a federal law that allows them to identify potential customers for the products they offer, and then market to them.Learn More