Fraud & Security

First Commerce is your strongest ally in keeping your accounts and information secure.

As your financial advocate, we monitor retailer security breaches carefully on your behalf. If there appears to be a risk to your account, we will automatically replace your debit card for free.

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We recommend monitoring your accounts on an ongoing basis and reviewing your credit report annually to ensure your personal information has not been compromised.


Elder Fraud Prevention

Elder Fraud Prevention

Financial fraud against elders is on the rise. It is estimated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that older Americans lose $2.9 billion annually to financial exploitation. Scammers and con artists target elders they perceive as having qualities that make them vulnerable. READ MORE


Protecting the Younger Generation from Fraud

Protecting the Younger Generation from Fraud

Members of younger generations can also find themselves in a vulnerable position and susceptible to fraud. While they do not always have the extent of resources elders do, a young person who is victimized by fraud can suffer financial repercussions of fraudulent activity for many years. READ MORE


Tips to Avoid Online Shopping Scams

Tips to Avoid Online Shopping Scams

While many online sellers are legitimate businesses, unfortunately scammers can use the anonymous nature of the internet to take advantage of unsuspecting shoppers. At First Commerce, we believe in empowering you with tools and information to help you protect your financial information. READ MORE


Protect Yourself from Fraud

Protect Yourself from Fraud

Avoiding scams requires constant attention. Spam made up over half of email traffic in 2018. Spam phone calls increased 25% in 2018 when compared to the previous year and are forecasted to make up over 50% of phone calls in 2019. There were tens of thousands of internet scams in 2018. And the numbers continue to grow because unfortunately they work. READ MORE


Beware of Job Scam Warning Signs

Beware of Job Scam Warning Signs

According to the Better Business Bureau, 14 million people are caught up in unemployment scams every year. To protect yourself from becoming a victim, it’s important to be aware of possible warning signs. Even for sophisticated job seekers, it can be hard to tell the difference between a scam and a genuine offer. READ MORE