Lone Star National Bank

Fraud & Cybersecurity Awareness

Resource Library

For more information about Fraud and Information Security, check out the links below.


Banks Never Ask That! – Every day, people lose hundreds, even thousands of dollars to scammers imitating banks. If a scammer was pretending to be your bank, could you tell the difference?
Learn how to Safely Use Mobile Payment Apps and Services
Federal Trade Commission – Pass It On | FTC Consumer Information
United States Department of Justice – Money Mule Initiative
United States Department of Justice – Money Mules Fuel Fraud Flyer

U.S. Department of Labor – Office of the Inspector General Money Mule Awareness Campaign – #dontbeamule

10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud
Tech Support Scams

Information Security

What Lone Star National Bank Does to Secure Your Personal Information
Lone Star National Bank is committed to providing its customers with a secure online experience. We take measures to help protect our clients, employees, and financial representatives from identity theft and online fraud by implementing multiple layers of security processes and assessments.
Your Security Is Our Top Priority
Lone Star National Bank understands that our customers’ trust depends on how well we keep their personal, business, and account information secure.
What You Can Do to Make Your Online Experience Secure
While Lone Star National Bank continues to improve security controls to protect your information, we believe it is extremely important for you to share in the responsibility for security. The following are some ways you can protect yourself and your accounts:
Surfing and Shopping Online
Secure Your Computer
Safeguard Your Personal Information
Personal information includes things such as Social Security numbers, account numbers, and driver’s license numbers.

A Lone Star National Bank representative will never ask you for your username, password, or personal PIN.

Just for Business
Lone Star National Bank would like to encourage our Business Banking customers to be aware and take special steps to ensure that your business banking information stays safe and secure.
Please take some time to make a list of the risks related to online transactions that your business faces including:
An evaluation of internal controls for your business uses may also include:
More security tips and information specific to businesses may be found at:
Lone Star National Bank would like to encourage you to stay informed on the latest cyber-security threats by accessing any of the following online resources:

Who To Contact

To report suspicious activity on any of your Lone Star National Bank accounts, please contact Customer Service immediately.
Computer Security
Protect Your Computer from Malware
Hacked Email: What to Do
Public Wi-Fi Networks
Sharing Information: A Day in Your Life
Hijacked Computer: What to Do

Back It Up: Don’t Lose Your Digital Life

Share with Care
What to Do After a Data Breach
Unlimited ATM Cash Heist: How to Protect Yourself
Equifax Data Breach: What to Do?
Steps to Take to Help Protect Your Information From Being Misused: Visit Equifax’s Website
The Equifax Data Breach: What You Should Know