There have been recent reports of fraud in Salina, Kansas and a malware message appearing to come from Sunflower Bank was shared in the news.
We take our security, and the security of our customers very seriously. Upon learning of these reports, we immediately reviewed our security protocols to confirm the issue was not present in our environment. We actively monitor our environment 24/7 to ensure security protocols remain effective. The message that was shared appears to be from pdfmaker-live and is not associated with Sunflower Bank or its websites. Learn about removing this plug-in from your browser here: http://www.myantispyware.com/2018/09/20/how-to-remove-install-pdf-maker-com-pop-up-ads-chrome-firefox-ie-edge/
We ask that our customers review their accounts regularly and reach out to us if they see anything that looks out-of-the-norm. Combating fraud is a united effort and our customers are good at partnering with us to help identify and tackle situations as they arise.
All web users should be cognizant of devices they are using, make sure systems are updated regularly, and be cautious of online requests. These are common best practices to avoid falling victim to fraud and other scams:
10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud
Phishing: Don’t take the bait
OnGuardOnline: Tips to help you stay safe and secure online
There are also tips located on the Security Center