Below is information to assist customer like yourself navigate the persistent world of scams, fraud, and identity theft.
We will never call, email or otherwise contact you to request your access ID, password, or other log-in credentials for the online services we offer. If you receive such a request, do not provide any information. Contact us at (715)845-7331 or toll free at (844)864-7330 to report the incident.
If you see suspicious activity on your account(s) or have received a suspicious call, email, letter or other similar contact regarding your relationship to Marathon Bank, call (715)845-7331 or toll free at (844)864-7330 or your local branch.
Business transactions, because of their frequency and dollar value, are inherently riskier than consumer transactions. There has been steep rise of online account takeovers and unauthorized online fund transfers related to business accounts in the last five years.
Recently, small- to medium-sized businesses have been primary targets as cyber criminals have recognized that the security controls they have in place are not as robust as that of larger businesses. Analysis indicates enhanced controls over administrative access and functions related to business accounts and layered security using multiple and independent controls help to reduce these types of crime.
Do not open emails or attachments from individuals or organizations that you do not know.
Many times fraudsters will send attractive offers via letters, calls, text messages or emails asking you to deposit funds to participate in a scheme that will sound too good to be true. At a later point they withdrawal the money and stop communication. Below is a list of common fraud schemes
How to Recover your Hacked Email or Social Media Account
Always practice safe ATM operation by following these simple safety precautions.
https://www.identitytheft.gov/#/Info-Lost-or-Stolen - Go here for information on what to do if your information is lost or exposed
https://staysafeonline.org/ - Go here for information provided by the National Cybersecurity Alliance
https://consumer.ftc.gov/ - Go here to Report Fraud, Report Identity Theft, Get your free credit report, Get consumer alerts, and more.
https://www.annualcreditreport.com/index.action - Go here to request your free credit reports.
https://playmoneysmart.fdic.gov/games - How Money Smart Are You? Go here learn about everyday financial topics.
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It is not necessary to contact all of the credit bureaus to report the identity theft, although you may do so if you choose. If one of the credit bureaus receive a report of identity theft, they are required to tell the other two.
Marathon County Sheriff's Department: (715) 261-1200
Lincoln County Sheriff's Department: (715) 536-6272
Taylor County Sheriff's Department: (715) 748-2200
Clark County Sheriff's Department: (715) 743-3157
Wood County Sheriff's Department: (715) 421-8715
Portage County Sheriff's Department: (715) 346-1400
Waupaca County Sheriff's Department: (715) 258-4466
Shawano County Sheriff's Department: (715) 526-3111
Langlade County Sheriff's Department: (715) 627-6411
Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department: (414) 278-4766
Ozaukee County Sheriff's Department: (262) 284-7172
Washington County Sheriff's Department: (262) 335-4378
Waukesha County Sheriff's Department: (262) 548-7181
Racine County Sheriff's Department: (262) 636-3822
Phone: (877) 438-4338
Phone: (877) 876-2455
Phone: Wausau office by phone at (800) 772-1213