Fraud Protection

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust will never contact you via email to ask for account numbers, passwords or PINs. Please do not reply to any emails that ask you to confirm account details or personal information. 

Is your card lost or stolen? Please call ASAP!

Credit Cards:
Consumer: 1-800-558-3424
Business: 1-866-552-8855
ATM/Debit Cards:
1-888-853-7100 during business hours
1-800-264-5578 after hours 

Protect Your VISA® Debit Card 

Click here to register your VISA debit card for secure online transactions with participating vendors. 

Protect Yourself from Financial Fraud Schemes 

Click here to view the American Bankers Association and U.S. Postal Service site to learn how to avoid fake checks and postal money orders, as well as lottery and Internet auction fraud. 

Scam Alert!

October 20, 2014 

Here is some helpful information regarding a recent telephone scam: 
 
The scam begins with an unsolicited phone call from a company identifying itself as “Rewards Today” or “Reward Redemption”. They tell the victim that they are eligible to receive a $100 gift card from a well known retail store. If they act today, they can also receive an additional $25 gift card. The criminal then asks the victim for their credit card or debit card number in order to pay a nominal processing/shipping fee. Sometimes, they ask for additional information, such as birth date and social security number. This information will be used to commit fraud and identity theft.
 
Remember, we will never call a customer and ask them to provide their debit card or credit card number to us. If you receive a suspicious phone call like this, the best choice is to hang up. 

Phishing and Other Online Risks

Read Bar Harbor Bank & Trust's advisory.
For more detailed information on steps you can take to protect yourself from online fraud, please
read "Safe Internet Banking" published by the FDIC and available at http://www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/online/safe.html.


For further information regarding online phishing scams please visit http://www.antiphishing.org