Internet Fraud
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Protect your private information

There is a rapidly growing practice of Internet fraud called "phishing." Phishing is the practice of sending fraudulent e-mail messages to addresses requesting them to supply confidential information. Typically, the information requested includes a request for account numbers, passwords, Personal Identification Numbers (PINs), Social Security numbers or other personal identifying information.

Please note:

Panhandle State Bank, Intermountain Community Bank, and Magic Valley Bank will NOT solicit confidential or sensitive customer information via e-mail. Should this happen to you, please contact your local branch immediately.

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