What We Collect Online
When you initially enter our website, we collect and store the domain from which you access the Internet (for example, aol.com, if you are connecting from an America Online account). In addition, records will show the date and time, as well as the Internet address from which you linked directly to our website. We do not normally associate this information to anything personally identifiable. That is, your session is logged, but the user remains anonymous to us.
This information helps us measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our website. However, we may use this information to attempt to identify a user when it is necessary to enforce compliance with any laws or to protect our service, website, customers, or others.
We want to be very clear: We will not obtain personally identifiable information about you when you visit our website, unless you choose to supply such information to us.
Download RCB Bank's Privacy Notice here.
If you choose to contact us by electronic mail, your email address and any other information on your email header (such as your name and/or organization) will be attached to your email. This personal information will be used to reply to your message, but will not be sold or otherwise provided to any other company or third party. Don't ever send your Social Security Number (SSN) or other personal financial information in an unencryipted email. Also, we'll never send you unsolicited emails asking for your banking information.
In addition, they do not read your hard drive nor can they be used to collect or reveal any personally identifiable information that you have not already explicitly supplied to us. You can disallow cookies by making the appropriate selection from your browser options. However, certain services through our website require cookies for effective delivery.
Scams in all Shapes and Sizes
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A word of caution about fraud
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How to spot identity theft and respond
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