Information Security Notification: Wendy's Data Breach
Wendy’s, a large fast food restaurant, has reported a data breach involving customer card information. SmartBank wants to assure our clients that we are taking action to protect you against any possible compromise of your debit or credit card information. Protecting our clients' financial information is SmartBank's top priority and will not be taken lightly. SmartBank has rigorous security protocols in place for all systems, and is committed to protecting your information. To better ensure the protection of your account(s), SmartBank recommends reviewing your account activity using our online banking services at www.smartbank.com. Check for unauthorized debit card transactions and notify us immediately by calling 1.866.290.2554 if you identify anything suspicious. SmartBank is committed to monitoring your debit and credit card accounts for fraud, and may contact you to verify suspicious transactions. If we identify that your card was affected by this breach, you will receive further information from us.
Please do not hesitate to call or stop by your local SmartBank branch if you have any questions regarding this issue. As always, SmartBank is committed to our clients and delivering exceptional service. For more about SmartBank, visit www.smartbank.com or call our Client Services Team at 1.866.290.2554.
At SmartBank, we take great pride in our commitment to giving back to our community. As stated in our mission statement, “We build exceptional value in our communities by providing lasting solutions to their problems and protecting their greatest assets.” This value defines SmartBank and acts as a driving force behind serving you beyond your financial needs.
SmartBank Gives Back
volunteer hours logged by SmartBank Associates for local charitable organizations and area schools in 2014
events attended by SmartBank Associates to support our community in 2014
donated to a local National Park through client signature-based debit card transactions
fifth grade students sponsored each year to experience Junior Achievement's Biztown
Want to help a local State or National Park in your community?
Easy! Choose credit, instead of debit, when using your SmartBank debit card. With every signature-based debit transaction, SmartBank will make a donation to a local State or National Park!
Financial Education: JA BizTown
Every year, SmartBank lends support to the Sevier County Board of Education by underwriting the tuition for each and every fifth-grade student to spend the day on campus at JA BizTown.
This onsite visit provides students with an opportunity to apply what they have learned in a realistic setting. Each student assumes a job, produces and/or sells products, receives a paycheck, works on a business team, repays business loans and manages personal bank accounts. Throughout the program, students are encouraged to use critical thinking skills to learn about key economic concepts as they explore and enhance their understanding of free enterprise. The goal of experiential education programs, such as BizTown, is to help students see how classroom learning connects to real-world actions and events. With fun as the focus at BizTown, every student will enjoy applying what they’ve learned in the classroom!
SmartBank is committed to supporting a greener planet through our initiatives, which include:
Reducing fuel usage with the SmartBank SmartCar
Utilizing energy efficient light bulbs
Using recycled copy paper, letterhead, note cards and envelopes
Providing biodegradable coffee cups and recyclable water bottles
Recycling bins at all SmartBank facilities
SmartBank supports a number of local charitable organizations and area schools through financial contributions and volunteer opportunities. Some of our partners include:
Friends of the Smokies
Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Random Acts of Flowers
Girls on the Run
Keep Sevier Beautiful
Sevier County Board of Education
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Knoxville Museum of Art
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
The Ronald McDonald House
First Things First, Inc.
Chattanooga Area Food Bank
Cherokee Area Council
The Evitt Foundation
Many other local charitable organizations and area schools.
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