Fraud Prevention

Protect your
business from
financial fraud

Gain peace of mind knowing that at Signature Bank, our top concern is the safety and security of your assets. Simply fill out the form at the right and we’ll put our experience to work for you.

Or give a Signature Banker a call at 773.499.7349. 

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Protecting you and your accounts

At Signature Bank, we use a multi-pronged approach to ensure the safety and security of your accounts. We combine the latest technology with vigilant oversight by our well-trained staff to continuously scan for any suspicious activity. The safety and security of your business assets is our top priority.

  • Continuous monitoring

    Continuous monitoring

  • Dedicated personal attention

    Dedicated personal attention

  • Positive Pay for checking and ACH payments

    Positive Pay for checking and ACH payments

  • Debit and credit card purchase alerts

    Debit and credit card purchase alerts

Current Fraud Trends 

New and increasingly sophisticated security threats actively target business employees responsible for monetary transactions. It’s more important than ever to keep your account safe and secure. 

Phishing and Whaling

Phishers pretend to be trustworthy entities like banks or credit card companies and send out emails and instant messages prompting users to send sensitive information confirming they are the owners of the accounts.

Pretext Calling

Pretext calling is a fraudulent means of obtaining an individual’s personal information. Possessing limited information, such as a customer’s name, address and/ or social security number, the fraudster may pose as a customer in an attempt to convince you to disclose sensitive information.


Malware refers to malicious software designed specifically to gain access to and damage victims’ computers without their knowledge. Most malware today is designed for financial gain.


Thieves are targeting stand-alone ATMs and retailers’ point-of-sale machines, rigging them to capture the magnetic stripe and keypad information. If an ATM looks suspicious or isn’t responsive, use a different machine. Regularly check your monthly statement for strange withdrawals.

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