Stanley Bank
ID Theft & Security

Stanley Bank is committed to helping you protect your personal and account information. Please use the following "Security Tips":

  • Memorize your passwords; do not write them down or share them with anyone.
  • Change your passwords frequently.
  • Use unique passwords, which do not contain easily guessed personal information.
  • Be advised that Stanley Bank will not ask for personal or account information to be submitted via unencrypted e-mail. We will not provide personal or account information, such as online account passwords, by unencrypted e-mail. We will not ask for your online account password if you call us or receive a call from us.
  • Log off and close your browser whenever you are finished with online-banking.
  • Avoid public computers and wireless Internet access, as they are prone to viruses and spyware and could compromise your personal and account information.
  • Be sure that no one is watching you enter your User ID and Password.
  • Web browsers must employ 128-bit encryption.
  • Before entering any personal or account information, look for the padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser and a Web address that starts with "https" instead of "http".
  • Maintain upgrades and patches for your operating system and browser.
  • Use Virus scan software and keep it updated.
  • If you suspect a hoax e-mail, or a suspicious call saying it is Stanley Bank, please contact us immediately at 913-681-8800.
  • If you suspect that you have become an ID Theft Victim, please contact the bank at 913-681-8800.

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