You have only one online identity so you should take all precautions in protecting it whenever possible.
- Tony Meholic
Senior Vice President

Account Security

The Bancorp employs cutting-edge security measures to safeguard the information and funds our customers entrust to us. However, account security is a shared responsibility. A banking account is only as secure as the information used to access it. That’s why The Bancorp makes sure our customers have the tools and resources they need to keep their personal information safe from unauthorized access and use.

Business Resources

NACHA Corporate Account Takeover Resource Center
NACHA, The Electronic Payments Association, has partnered with industry leaders to develop tools, resources, and sound business practices to help financial institutions and businesses mitigate Corporate Account Takeover risk. Corporate Account Takeover is a form of corporate identity theft where a business’ online credentials are stolen by malware. Criminal entities can then initiate fraudulent banking activity. Corporate Account Takeover involves compromised identity credentials and is not about compromises to the wire system or ACH Network.

Consumer Resources

FDIC Guide to Safe Internet Banking
The Internet offers the potential for safe, convenient new ways to shop for financial services and conduct banking business, any day, any time. However, safe banking online involves making good choices - decisions that will help you avoid costly surprises or even scams.

FDIC Identity Theft Awareness Campaign Page
Identity Theft can affect consumers in many ways, but there are also many ways to keep your identity from being "hijacked," and to assist you if you have been a victim of it. 
A one-stop site for American consumers to learn how to protect themselves from fraud and to report it wherever -- and however - it occurs 
The centralized government website on identity theft