If you think you have been a victim of a cyber crime or identity theft, call us immediately. Awareness and knowledge is the key to help protect yourself and your family from Online crimes. Here are links to sites with learning tools, and the most updated news and information to help ensure you’re doing your best to keep your information secure and protected.
- Banzai Financial Learning Tools – Fraud and Security
- The Ultimate Internet Safety Guide for Seniors
- Medicare Official Site– Identity Theft – Protect Yourself
- National ‘Slam the Scam’ Day (Added 03/2020)
Cleveland State Bank, or any other financial institution, will NEVER request client account, card, or PIN information via your home phone or any electronic devices. We are committed to providing our customers with the highest level of security available. In order to ensure that your information is protected, we have employed the following:
Cleveland State Bank requires a browser that supports the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.
We support the latest versions of Netscape and MS Internet Explorer browsers as well as older versions that still enjoy a significant market share. We will recommend a browser upgrade to customers requesting support who are using older browser versions no longer prevalent in the market.
E-mail is not a secure transmission route. Thus we ask that you never send sensitive personal information like Social Security numbers, Account numbers, Credit Card numbers or any type of password via e-mail to Cleveland State Bank or anyone else.
If you would need to send sensitive information contact us directly:
Cleveland State Bank
1250 W. Washington Ave.
PO Box 158
Cleveland, WI 53015
Cleveland Office: 920.693.8256 or
Howards Grove Office: 920.565.6000