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The following important information is provided for your protection and security
OceanFirst Bank is committed to taking all possible steps to insure the safety and security of our customer's personal information. Please be assured that OceanFirst Bank does not solicit personal customer information by e-mail or telephone or through pop-up messages in online banking. We would not ask you to provide us with information such as your account number, credit or debit card information, social security number, password, mother's maiden name, date of birth or similar sensitive personal data.
Please be diligent in your own protection of this information. If you do receive an email or see a pop-up screen that appears to be from OceanFirst Bank asking you to provide personal information, please disregard the request and contact the OceanFirst Bank, Retail Customer Service department immediately at 1-888-623-2633, extension 7710. Only in instances where you have personally initiated the contact with OceanFirst Bank, and have confirmed you are speaking with an authorized Bank employee, should you verify personal information such as account numbers, debit or credit card numbers or your social security number.
If you fall victim to a scam and have disclosed personal information, act immediately to protect yourself by alerting us, placing fraud alerts on your credit files and monitoring your account statements closely. Also report suspicious e-mails or pharming attempts to the Federal Trade Commission through the Internet at www.consumer.gov/idtheft, or by calling 1-877-IDTHEFT (1-877-438-4338). Suspicious e-mails purporting to be from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) should be reported to email@example.com.