It can be all too easy to fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts, and phone calls from scammers pretending to be your bank. Especially at this time—when more and more people are using online banking to manage their daily finances—fraudsters are ramping up their efforts to trick you. Protecting your personal and financial information starts with knowing what to look out for.

That’s why we’ve put together a helpful list of things Camden National Bank would never reach out and ask you to provide via phone, email, or text:

  • Account number
  • Username or password
  • Social Security Number
  • Birthday
  • Address
  • Security question and answer

Don’t be fooled by these common scams:

  • TEXT MESSAGE claiming to be from Camden National Bank, asking you to sign into your account and/or provide personal information.
  • EMAIL claiming to be from Camden National Bank, prompting you to click a link and submit your personal information and/or download an attachment.
  • PHONE CALL claiming to be from Camden National Bank asking you to verify your account number or provide your online banking password.

When in doubt?!

Don’t reply to the message, don’t click on any links, don’t open any attachments, and don’t provide your personal information. Simply give our Customer Care Team a call directly at 800-860-8821 to confirm if it was really us reaching out to you by phone, email, or text.

For more tips on protecting your personal and financial information, visit our Security Center.