FIRST STATE BANK
ATM'S THAT CAN BE USED IN OUR LOCAL AREA WITH NO SURCHARGE
First State Bank:101 N Mickey Mantle Blvd Commerce, OK
The Hitch n' Post Antique & Flea Market: 401 Commerce St. Commerce, OK
Great Plains ATM: 2208 Military Baxter Springs, KS
Turtle Stop: Hwy 60 Wyandotte, OK
First State Bank does not accept any responsibility for any fees assessed. We are providing these locations for informational purpose only and disclose that they are subject to change by the issuing institution of the ATM. For a complete list go to https://www.shazam.net/ .
Now if you've misplaced your debit card you can go to the Bolt$ app and put a temporary block on your debit card. Check it out at: https://bolts.shazam.net/ShazamWebPortal/index.php
Go to https://bolts.shazam.net/ShazamWebPortal/index.php to enroll today. Shazam, (which is our debit card company), has a free app you can download onto your iphone or android device. You can get the app by going to your app/play store and type in Shazambolt$ to search for it. Be sure and set up when you want your notifications sent. For example you can get an email sent to you every time your card is used over a certain dollar amount or you can set it to email you when the cardholder isn't present at the time of purchase.
The First State Bank's web site provides links to other web sites for convenience and informational purposes only. User's should be aware that when you select a link on The First State Bank's web site they are leaving The First State Bank's site. Linked sites are not under the control of The First State Bank. The First State Bank is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The inclusion of a link does not imply endorsement by The First State Bank of the site, its content, advertisers or sponsors. External sites may contain information that is copyrighted with restrictions on reuse. Permission to use copyrighted materials must be obtained from the original source and cannot be obtained from The First State Bank.
'Do-jacking' website fraud
Incidents of do-jacking fraud are on the rise and there is no easy fix. Do jacking is short for "Domain jacking". Criminals register a domain with similar spelling in hopes to catch someone trying to log onto a banking site or credit card website, with similar spelling.
Domain Jacking uses slightly different versions of the domain , hoping for you to make a typo while trying to get to the site. For example, instead of "bank," they might register a domain "bnak" hoping to snag someone who simply typed the letters wrong. Other common methods are registering domains using .cm or .co instead of .com. For example, "myonlinebank.co" instead of "myonlinebank.com."
Once your on the fake site and try to login with your info you will probably get an error of some sort that will pop up. More common is the use of some notice about outdated security on the customer's computer, or the need to download Adobe Flash. Once the customer clicks "agree" to the "required update", adware or financial malware downloads on the computer.
So customers BE WARE, a simple typo could infect your computer and wipe out your bank accounts!