As you may have seen in the news, there has been a cybersecurity attack at Equifax, one of the country’s largest credit reporting companies.
Please be assured that this incident is not related to The Dime Bank, nor has there been any breach here. The protection of your information is a top priority of ours, and as such, we simply wanted to make you aware of this incident.
We recommend you visit Equifax’s website, www.equifaxsecurity2017.com* for more information on this data breach. To find out if your information was exposed click on the ‘Potential Impact’ tab and follow the instructions. The site will tell you if you’ve been affected by this breach.
At The Dime Bank we believe that consistent attentiveness to all of your accounts is one of the best ways for you to help protect yourself against fraud and identity theft. As a means of assisting you in this process, we recommend that you download our mobile banking app, Mobile Dime, for easy access to your accounts here 24/7/365. We also suggest that you enroll for our smsGuardian text Alert Service to monitor your Dime Bank debit card. Both of these services will assist you in monitoring your Dime Bank account activity. You can access our mobile banking guide here and read about our smsGuardian™ Text Alert Service here.
* By clicking on the link you will be leaving The Dime Bank website and be connected to a website not affiliated with The Dime Bank.