Email & Online Fraud
To avoid becoming a victim of a phishing scam, please review our tips for spotting a fraudulent email.
Another type of fraud being committed online involves pop-up windows that appear in front of a legitimate Web site. These fraudulent pop-up windows also attempt to trick you into revealing sensitive personal information.
Please be advised that Oak Bank does not ask for your personal, financial, or account information via email or pop-up window. If you receive an email or pop-up requesting such information, please do not respond and never click on a link contained in a suspicious email.
If you suspect that you have provided personal information online in response to a fraudulent email, pop-up or phony Web site claiming to be Oak Bank, notify us immediately at (312) 440-4000.