Lost or Stolen Cards
|Local First State Bank Phone Number||If you need to cancel lost or stolen ATM or debit cards during bank hours.|
|(800) 383-8000||SHAZAM – If you need to cancel lost or stolen ATM or debit cards after bank hours.|
|(866) 508-2963||Shazam Fraud Operations – If your card is not working and you suspect fraud.|
|Webster City||Fort Dodge|
|505 Second Street (First State Bank Building) 1919 Superior Street (drive-up) *accepts deposits||3031 5th Avenue South (Drive-Up)|
|714 Central Ave East||590 Parker (Sparky’s One Stop)|
|323 S. Commercial Ave. (Drive-Up) *accepts deposits|
Privileged Status ATM
Privileged Status – No surcharge at Privileged Status ATM machines
First State Bank participates in the Privileged Status program developed by the SHAZAM network to help community financial institutions provide their customers with a broad base of surcharge-free ATM locations.
Privileged Status Benefits
Customers of participating Privileged Status financial institutions can use the ATMs of other participating Privileged Status financial institutions without paying surcharge fees. Look for the Privileged Status logo shown above. You can search for a Privileged Status ATM in a specific area using the Privileged Status ATM Locator.
ATM and Debit Card Differences
refer to the Frequently Asked Questions below.
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Hundreds of people are affected by social engineering scams every day. In the last half of 2008 alone, more than 150,000 phishing messages were detected by the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) with that number expected to increase annually. According to the Consumer Sentinel Network, in 2008 it received more than 640,000 fraud complaints from consumers, totaling more than $1.8 billion!
Industry wide, cyber criminals and fraudsters are stealing people’s banking account information and identity. This goes beyond simply taking money. Cyber crime, like most types of crime, has a long-term effect on those who have been victimized. Feelings of paranoia, distrust, insecurity, and the loss of control stay with victims for a long time after the crime has taken place. It is time to take a stand.
The SHAZAM network, along with our participating financial institutions, is pleased to present a comprehensive, interactive guide to educating yourself about social engineering scams and ways to combat these types of fraud.