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From the Office of Inspector General, FDIC, located in Arlington, Virginia:

What you need to know about a fast-growing scam known as “Pig Butchering.” This scam is named in reference to the practice of fattening a pig before slaughter. It is a type of confidence and investment fraud in which the victim is gradually lured into making increasing monetary contributions, generally in the form of cryptocurrency, to a seemingly sound investment before the scammer disappears with the contributed monies.

Text Messaging Scam Alert

Do not click on or respond to any text messages appearing to come from Branson Bank. Branson Bank will not contact you by text message concerning any transactions on your account. If you have already clicked on or responded to one of these texts, please call Branson Bank immediately at (417)334-9696. Remember to ALWAYS contact your financial institution before clicking on suspicious links or providing personal information such as name, phone number, address, date of birth, social security number, account number, or debit card number. Remember to NEVER give answers to your security questions to anyone and NEVER give out your Out Of Band Authentication code to anyone. These are important measures to secure your accounts from criminals.


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Branson Bank cares about the protection of your personal financial information and provides the highest level of security for that information.  We continue to implement and upgrade fraud prevention and security systems to help protect you with a combination of firewall barriers, encryption techniques and authentication procedures to maintain the security of your online banking activity and to protect accounts and systems from unauthorized access. If you detect any suspicious or unauthorized account activity, or believe your personal information, login credentials or computer security may have been compromised, please contact us immediately at 1-877-334-9696.

Please remember that Branson Bank will NEVER request your personal information (debit card number, account number, Social Security number, personal identification number (PIN) or password) by e-mail or by phone. If you ever receive an unsolicited phone call or email claiming to be from Branson Bank requesting your personal and confidential information, please DO NOT respond. Contact us immediately by calling 417-334-9696.

For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy here.  Watch this page for new security and fraud alerts to help protect yourself against identity theft and other financial scams. Also, go to: for more information Please see attachment 6 for the Privacy Policy

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This video series is emailed once a month on a specific topic to help keep our customers informed.  Click on the images below to watch each video and give us your feedback.

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To report fraud activity, contact

Rebecca Mullen
Compliance Officer /
BSA USA Patriot Act
OFAC Officer
417-334-9696 ext. 4248


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