Security Products & Services

Tools


ABA's Safe Banking for Seniors Campaign
 

MBA Senior Fraud Prevention Kit

FBI Fraud Alert Poster

Contains Internet Fraudulent Check Scam, Foreign Lottery Scam, Nigerian Fraud Scam, Re-Shippers Facilitating Illicit Money Transfers, and the Phishing Scam

Products

Thumbprint Signature Program

2017 I.D. Checking Guide

Check Fraud Prevention Kit

OFAC Regulations Manual

National Association for Bank Security Products in cooperation with Profit Protection, LLC


Frauds & Scams

Pass It On

The FTC has created a website and other complimentary fact sheets, articles, presentations, bookmarks and other resources on fraud, scams, and identity theft. All the materials are free and you may bulk order as many of the fact sheets and bookmarks as you need.

Mortgage Fraud Citizen Suspicious Activity Report

Identity Theft

Nigerian Letters

Counterfeit Money

Counterfeit Postal Money Orders

  • Security Features
  • Call the USPS at 1-866-459-7822 to verify
  • If you suspect fraud, call the U.S. Postal Inspection Service at 877-876-2455 (option 4)

Releasing Information to Law Enforcement


MBA Resources

BSA/AML Teller Training Video and Supporting Materials

This video was specifically developed by the MBA for its member banks. It includes supporting materials for use in training tellers and other front line personnel in the following areas: Customer Identification and Suspicious Activity Currency Transaction Reports 

Security Questions? (email MBA Legal Department)


Links


Investigation Groups

International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators

The Minnesota chapter of IAFCI meets on the second Tuesday of even-numbered months to share information about financial crimes and current case information. IAFCI sponsors an annual conference each year locally. Visit www.iafci.org for more information.

Minnesota Financial Crimes Task Force

The Minnesota Financial Crimes Task Force (MNFCTF) protects and serves the public by investigating financial crimes related to identity theft, with a special emphasis on organized criminal enterprises. The MNFCTF is comprised of multi-jurisdictional law enforcement agencies working together to provide investigative expertise and resources.  Visit the MNFCTF website for more information.

Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE)

Meets quarterly in Roseville for a luncheon meeting with a speaker. The topic is announced in advance. Visit www.twincitiescfe.org for more information.