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Online Safety

The security of your personal information is of the utmost importance to Texas Financial Bank. As such, we would like to offer these tips to help protect your data.

Please consider the following when using our website, associated online banking, and general internet locations:

  • We will not send any electronic communications (e-mail or text messages) requesting your account information, account verification, passwords, codes, or similar information. If you have reason to doubt the validity of such communications please contact your local branch.
  • Be cautious when clicking any links or attachments in e-mail messages could expose your computer to malicious programs.
  • You should not send sensitive or personal information via e-mail to your bank without a method of encryption. Instead, look for alternate methods of transmission.
  • Ensure your internet connection is sufficiently protected using any and all methods available including, but not limited to, routers, firewalls, antivirus software, and antispyware software.
  • Ensure your operating system and all supporting software is updated regularly.
  • Ensure your passwords used to secure sensitive information are at least 8 characters that include a combination of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
  • Passwords should not be used for multiple websites.
  • Change your password regularly or when you have reason to believe it has been compromised.
  • Do not share your password with others.
  • When using online banking verify the website address indicates a secure connection (https://...).
  • Be cautious when using public internet kiosks to conduct any private business.