Customer Service: 610-882-8800
Routing Number: 031318716

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Fraud Protection Tools & Tips

Embassy Bank takes in-home and online fraud seriously. We've compiled a list of how to identify fraud, tips for dealing with scammers, and best practices to help should you find yourself a victim of fraudulant activity.

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Schemes, Scams, & Frauds

There are endless opportunities to be taken advantage of on the Internet. We continuously provide information regarding current cyber-schemes to be on the look out for so that you can take the necessary steps in staying safe online.

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The AARP BankSafe Initiative

Providing bank staff with tools to intervene and education on preventing financial exploitation is crucial, and the BankSafe training program serves as an additional layer of protection for Embassy Bank.

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For Your Ongoing Protection:

Embassy Bank will never call you, text you, or send you an email asking you to provide or verify your user names, passwords, card numbers, PIN numbers, account numbers or personal information. We may ask you to reply to a text message, in order to authenticate a specific suspicious transaction, but we will NEVER ask you to click on a link, or to submit any personal credentials or bank account information.

If you believe you have received a suspicious email, phone call or text message appearing to be from Embassy Bank, please contact us at 610-882-8800. If your Embassy Bank debit card has been lost, stolen or compromised after banking hours, call 1-800-472-3272.

Fraud Protection Resources

Safety Tips

With the ever-evolving threat of financial fraud, it's important to stay educated. Stay up-to-date with tips and best practices concerning online, in-store, and at-home fraud.

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Fraud Protection Alerts

Embassy Bank consumer and business debit cardholders have the ability to receive fraud alerts via text message to confirm activity on their card. Are you protected?

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Travel Tips & Card Security

When traveling, it is important to be aware of the ever growing risks of debit/credit card fraud and identity theft so you can protect yourself and your accounts.

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Identity Theft

If your Social Security number is stolen it can be used to file a fraudulent tax return. What do taxpayers need to know to protect themselves?

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Protect Your Identity

5 Ways to Protect Your Identity

Report and Recover from Identity Theft

Have You Been a Victim of Fraud?

Please reach out immediately. Contact Embassy Bank at (610) 882-8800, or reach out to one of the resources listed below for next steps in preventing further damages to your finances, credit, or worse.

Reporting Fraud

Credit Bureau Fraud Departments


Fraud Victim Assistance Department
P.O. Box 6790
Fullerton, CA 92834

Phone: 800-680-7289
Website: Click Here

Equifax Credit Information Services

Consumer Fraud Division
P.O. Box 740256
Atlanta, GA 30374

Phone: 800-525-6285
Website: Click Here


Experian's National Consumer Assistance
P.O. Box 2002
Allen, TX 75013

Phone: 888-397-3742
Website: Click Here

Federal Trade Commission

Phone: 877-ID-THEFT
FTC Website: Click Here
Consumer Website: Click Here

Other Resources

Credit Bureau Pre-Screen Opt-Out

Phone: 888-567-8688
Website: Click Here

Free Credit Report

Website: Click Here