Coming Soon to First Texas Bank: We are excited to announce that we will soon have a brand new website! We will keep the community informed as to when it will be available.
When the new website goes live, it will have a new web address: www.firsttexasbank.bank. We look forward to sharing all of the new features and enhancements that this new site will offer.
While First Texas Bank works to protect your banking privacy, you also play an important role in protecting your information. Here are a few steps you can take to protect your identity:
Please read the other sections to learn about the different types of fraud and how to prevent them, from spyware and other computer fraud to mail and phone fraud to e-mail phishing and web spoofing. Our Fraud Summary page provides more tips on how to protect yourself.
Contact us immediately at (512) 863-2567 if you notice any suspicious or unusual activity related to any of your First Texas Bank accounts
Identity Theft is the most popular and profitable form of consumer fraud. It occurs when someone uses your personal information such as your name, Social Security number, credit card number or other identifying information, without your permission to commit fraud or other crimes.
First Texas Bank continually makes investments in state-of-the-art online banking security to ensure we protect the confidentiality of every customer’s online information and to provide the utmost security of every user.
We recommend you learn ways to protect yourself from common fraud schemes.
Smishing is when consumers’ cell phones and other mobile devices are targeted with mobile spam. The spam, or text messages, attempt to trick consumers into providing personal information. Here’s how it works:
“Phishing” scams target consumers by using email messages, urging you to click on a link within the message and enter your personal information. Here’s how it works:
To protect yourself from going to a spoofed website, always type: “www.firsttexasbank.net” into your browser when you login to your First Texas Online Banking Account, instead of clicking a link in an e-mail.
Contact us immediately at (512) 863-2567 if you notice any suspicious or unusual activity related to any of your First Texas Bank accounts.