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Consumer Education

The Bank of Clovis values your safety and security. The best protection against identity theft, fraud, or scams is to increase our awareness of these threats and how to handle them. As a courtesy to you, the bank provides the following information. Please note that each of the links below will open in a new window and you will be leaving The Bank of Clovis website. - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation regulates some state chartered banks, including The Bank of Clovis. They also maintain a website containing useful information about Credit Reporting, Safe Internet Banking, Identity Theft, and many other topics.

The Federal Trade Commission - works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace. Subscribe to the FTC blog to receive information about Money & Credit, Homes & Mortgages, Privacy & Identity, and more. is the federal government’s one-stop resource for identity theft victims. The site provides streamlined checklists and sample letters to guide you through the recovery process. allows you to receive your own credit report once annually for free and is maintained and updated according to federal regulation.

The American Banker's Association provides information to consumers about financial literacy, crisis response, and community resources for managing thier finances.

External Link Disclaimer

You are now leaving The Bank of Clovis website. The Bank of Clovis (including its directors, shareholders, employees, and affiliates) is not liable or responsible for the content, information, security, or failure of any products or services promoted or advertised on this third party site. The Privacy and Security policies of the third party site may differ from those of The Bank of Clovis.