Phishing, pronounced “fishing” is a technique used to steal personal information by directing online consumers to fraudulent websites that look nearly identical to the actual sites. Many times emails will warn of accounts being closed or fees incurred if the user information is not updated or verified. The links within these emails direct the recipient to forms or fraudulent websites that ask for account information, PIN numbers, passwords or Social Security numbers. To protect yourself from phishing:
By nature, email is not a secure form of communication. Never enter private, personal information in a form sent to you by email. Brentwood Bank will never send or request confidential account information through regular email channels. If you receive an email or phone call requesting your personal, confidential information that appears to be from Brentwood Bank, do not respond, contact us at 412.409.2265.
Brentwood Bank, a community bank headquartered in Bethel Park, PA, is pleased to introduce CardValet, a card lock feature through the Brentwood Bank smartphone app.
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Brentwood Bank has announced Jeffrey R. Skocik as its Senior Vice President, Chief Lending Officer. In his new role, Skocik will expand his commercial lending and credit responsibilities to include residential and consumer lending, as well as loan operations.
After 25 years with Brentwood Bank, Nicholas Garrubba will retire effective December 31, 2020.
Brentwood Bank was recognized with a 2019 IMPACT Award by the Pennsylvania Association of Community Banks (PACB). The award reflects Brentwood Bank's efforts to support the Beaver County community after merging with Union Building & Loan in 2019.
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The sophistication of phishing scams continues to increase so it is important to stay vigilant, especially when it comes to your personal finances.
According to The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center/United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (NCCIC/US-CERT) following these tips in creating strong passwords will help prevent you from being the victim of a data hack.
We've all seen them. Some of us have experienced them. We're talking about scams, where a scammer tries to fool you into giving access to your money.
Identity theft occurs when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your knowledge or permission. This crime continues to impact and harm the good name and credit of thousands of people each year.
We take many measures to ensure that your online banking experience is secure.
Brentwood Bank was recently recognized with a 2018 Community Banking Hometown Champions Award by the Pennsylvania Association of Community Banks (PACB). The bank was recognized on March 26 at the PACB's regional meeting in a ceremony celebrating banks that demonstrated the best community service qualities in the state.
Mutual Holding Company of Western Pennsylvania, the holding company for Brentwood Bank ("Brentwood"), and Union Building and Loan Savings Bank ("Union") have announced the execution of an agreement and plan of merger pursuant to which Union will be merged with and into Brentwood.