Security Center

Was your card lost or stolen?

If your debit card or ATM card has been lost or stolen, please contact 

1 (800) 264-5578

The Bank of Star Valley will never request personal information by phone, email or text messages. Additionally, we will never request you to update personal or account information through links within an email. However, we will send you a link via your email if you request a password reset for your online banking session.

We take the trust that you have placed in us to protect your financial and personal information very seriously. While the controls that we have implemented to protect you and your money are very important, preventing financial fraud is a shared responsibility.

Have you noticed the green bar at the top of your browser?

In our continued efforts to monitor and enhance our website security, the Bank has implemented the security feature known as Extended Validation Certificate, which shows as the green bar (or lock symbol with The Bank of Star Valley), indicating that you are at a verified site as well as providing other features explained below.  You are no longer being directed to a screen with chosen image and phrase to enter your password.  The verification of the site is displayed so you can confirm that the site you are browsing has been confirmed by its unique identifier; site or domain name ownership and the Bank itself has received extended validation to qualify for this type of certificate.  The EVC also provides SSL encryption which protects online transactions and keeps your data confidential in transmission, vulnerability assessment and website malware scanning.  This combination helps provide site vistors with a safer online experience and extend security beyond "https" on public-facing web pages.

If you become a victim of fraud and suspect that your personal information has been compromised, please call us immediately at (307) 885-0000. For more information on Identity Theft please contact the FTC’s ID Theft Consumer Response Center at1-877-438-4338 or ftc.gov/idtheft.