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At HomeStar Bank & Financial Services, we have no higher priority than the security and privacy of your financial information. We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal standards to protect your personal information. HomeStar continually monitors and reviews all of its security protection measures. As new technology or improved practices become available we will adopt those that we believe may improve the security of your confidential financial information.
Use caution when discussing your private information. Be certain you are working with a legitimate business. If you have ANY questions regarding HomeStar always call (815) 468-2265 and speak to a Customer Service Representative.
HomeStar also wants to help you protect yourself against crimes targeted against consumers such as Identity Theft and E-mail "Phishing". The following information is to help you protect yourself from Identity Theft, including steps to take if your identity has been compromised.
Identity theft occurs when someone illegally obtains your personal information, such as your Social Security Number, Credit Card Number, Bank Account Number, or other identification and uses it to open accounts or initiate transactions in your name.
One of the most common types of e-mail fraud is sending a phony e-mail message that directs the recipient to a fraudulent website. These e-mail's can look very convincing. There are some common features among many of these types of e-mail.
If you believe that you have been the victim of identity theft. The following actions will help minimize your exposure.
HomeStar customers should contact us immediately at 815-468-BANK (2265). We will secure your HomeStar accounts and help with an identity theft toolkit for other financial relationships.
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