Our top priority is to protect your privacy.
Technology and policies ensure that every transaction is safe and secure.
Worried about data breaches and identity theft? That's an understandable concern these days. But we want our neighbors to rest easy when they do business with us. Paducah Bank uses state-of-the-art technology and the most stringent policies to safeguard all information related to your accounts.
- Password-controlled website access, firewalls and encryption techniques are just some of the ways we protect your personal information.
- Our policies address not only electronic transactions, but interactions across a desk or in the drive-through banking line.
- Paducah Bank will never call or e-mail you to ask for your account number, Social Security number, debit card PIN, credit card number or other personal information.
- If you receive an inquiry from someone claiming to be a Paducah Bank employee, simply ask for the caller's name and immediately contact us at 270.575.5700.
Paducah Bank will do everything possible to protect your personal information. But you can take steps to help us. Keep your PIN private. Establish a strong online banking password. Log off the Paducah Bank website when you've finished your banking chores. And never provide your account information over the telephone or in an e-mail
What does Paducah Bank do with your personal information?