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Fraudulent Account Activity as a Result of ATM Skimming Device

Jan 23, 2017

WILLIMANTIC, CT – January 23, 2017 – An ATM skimming device was placed on the Savings Institute Bank & Trust Moosup, CT and Canterbury, CT ATMs on Saturday, January 14 and removed on Monday, January 16.  An ATM skimming device allows fraudsters to capture ATM card numbers and PINs. The fraudsters use this information to make fraudulent transactions.

If you had used either the Moosup or Canterbury ATMs between January 14th and January 16th, please review your account activity immediately. If you find fraudulent activity please call (866) 842-5208 to report the activity. You can use Online or Mobile Banking to turn off your Debit Card. Log into your account, select Services (mobile services if you are using the SI Mobile Banking app) and select Deactivate/Reactivate Card.

“At no time were Savings Institute Bank & Trust’s banking networks or customer personal information breached or accessed in any way,” stated Rheo Brouillard, President and CEO of Savings Institute Bank & Trust. “We are working diligently in concert with law enforcement agencies to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call our Customer Service Center at 1-800-423-0142.”

Savings Institute Bank & Trust headquartered in Willimantic, Connecticut offers branch locations throughout Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut. With 1.5 billion in assets, the Bank is a full service community-oriented financial institution dedicated to serving the financial service needs of consumers and businesses since 1842.