CoVantage will never call, text, or email you to request your login credentials, passwords, one-time passcode, or PIN. Sharing this type of information can put your account at risk and subject you to fraud and identity theft. Keep in mind that at times CoVantage may send you a text to confirm a transaction, verify a card transaction, or before allowing a high-risk activity in digital banking, but will NEVER request your password or PIN. If you receive a request from CoVantage and have questions about its authenticity, reach out to our Contact Center or visit your local branch.
CoVantage has multiple systems working behind the scenes to ensure your accounts are protected, and staff are trained to safeguard your financial information as they work. However, we can’t do it without your help. Here are a few ways you can prevent unauthorized access to your money:
Learn how to keep your money safe in 6 easy steps.
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