Security Center

First National Bank of Michigan will post information when we hear about security alerts, common scams or other relevant security-related information.

  • Ransomware

    May 19, 2016 - Ransomware is a type of malware that can be covertly installed on a computer without knowledge or intention of the user that restricts access to the infected computer system in some way, and demands that the user pay a ransom to the malware…

  • FBI: $2.3 Billion Lost to CEO Email Scams

    Apr 11, 2016 - Courtesy of Krebs on Security http://krebsonsecurity.com/2016/04/fbi-2-3-billion-lost-to-ceo-email-scams/ The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) this week warned about a “dramatic” increase in so-called “CEO fraud,” e-mail…

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Basic Online Security

OnGuardOnline.gov is the federal government's website to help you be safe, secure and responsible online.

Get Safe Online is a helpful resource for practical advice on how to protect yourself, your computers and mobiles device and your business against fraud, identity theft, viruses and many other problems encountered online.

Keep your personal information secure to avoid identity theft. Visit the Federal Trade Commission's identity theft page to stay in the know.

Email Safety

Sending an unprotected email is like sending a post card. Anybody with the right tools can see an unprotected email message. If you don't know how to send an encrypted email, you should use alternatives for your confidential information. Alternatives include faxes, US mail or hand delivery.

Lost or Stolen ATM/Debit cards

If your ATM or debit card has been lost or stolen please call one of our branches.

If it is after branch hours or a weekend or holiday please call 866.664.9364 to report your card lost or stolen.

If you will be traveling with your debit or ATM card, please inform your banking representative. An alert will be put on your account, preventing fraud protection from blocking your card due to an atypical transaction location.