Just as the name implies, Mobile Banking is a system that allows customers of the Stock Exchange Bank to conduct financial transactions through a mobile device such as a mobile phone, a personal digital assistant or a computer tablet.
In general, there are three ways Mobile Banking can provide this convenient access to your accounts:
As with other forms of online banking, Mobile Banking has some inherent risks. These can be minimized using some common sense precautions (see "How Do I Make Mobile Banking Safer?"). A major factor contributing to the risk of Mobile Banking is the failure to treat a cell phone or tablet like a computer. Consider the following:
Making matters worse, customers are far more likely to lose a mobile phone than a laptop.
If your mobile device is lost or stolen, you could fall prey to identity theft and account hijacking. Beyond accessing your online accounts, thieves can access other saved passwords and sensitive information. (To guard against this, explore one of the many security apps that will erase the devices content remotely.)
Safety and security begins with treating your mobile device the same as a computer or laptop. Then, additional measures to safeguard against loss of the device, as well as use on public networks, can go a long way toward personal safety. And finally, if you are like most people, you usually know where your phone is - often within arm's reach 24 hours a day. If you lose it, you know it almost immediately, unlike a wallet or a credit card, and can notify your bank before any damage is done.
The Stock Exchange Bank
Box 1008 Woodward, Oklahoma 73802
Phone: (580) 256-3314
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