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Protect yourself and your financial assets.

Here are some practical tips to keep you and your money safe and secure.

Financial Safety Tips

Phishing Scams
Phishing scams are just another attempt to get your valuable information.  Scammers send a mass email or launch automated phone calls to everyone they can reach.  Typically the message will appear to come from a bank and states that you should update your information for one reason or another, and they usually provide a way for you to make the change. 

This all sounds reasonable and it may look legitimate, but phishing scams are anything but legitimate.  These are criminals attempting to get your personal financial information. 

As a general rule, never give your bank account, social security number, or credit card information to anyone you do not know and trust.

Middleburg Bank will never ask you to provide confidential account information.  If you receive an email or call asking you to provide your confidential account information capture all of the information you can and: 



Keep Good Records
Keep records of all banking transactions. In addition to bank statements and transaction receipts, include paper copies of deposits, investments, ATM withdrawals, credit card payments, mortgage payments, car loan payments and the like. Should an error occur, these records will help you and your bank quickly resolve the problem.

Check and Double-Check
Check your bank transaction receipts against your monthly statements. If there's a discrepancy, contact Middleburg Bank immediately.

Know Your Limit
Make sure your deposit accounts are structured according to FDIC guidelines for maximum insurance protection ­ good advice any time of the year. Remember that the FDIC insures each type of account ownership up to $250,000, so it's possible to have $1 million or more in insured funds at the same bank. If you would like to estimate the adequacy of your FDIC insurance, please click here to use the Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator at the FDIC Web Site.

Be Cautious with Cash
Use care about how much money you keep on hand. Don't withdraw so much cash that you put yourself at risk of being robbed or losing valuable interest you could be earning.

Don't Panic
If you feel like you have to act in a hurry, consult trusted friends and reliable financial advisors for help in examining your financial situation calmly and reasonably.

Seek Information
If you have any concerns, contact your local branch office.


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