Fighting Internet Fraud
The State Bank of Hawley is interested in your financial security.
State Bank of Hawley's website should never be accessed from a link provided by a third party. It should only be accessed by typing the website name, or URL address, into the web browser or by using a "favorite" or "book mark " that directs the web browser to our website.
State Bank of Hawley will never send e-mail messages that request confidential information, such as account numbers, passwords or PINs. Our customers should report any such requests to the bank.
State Bank of Hawley maintains current website certificates on our secure internet banking site. You can always check the validity of our security certificate by double clicking the "padlock" icon while logged into our internet banking product. A small window will pop up with information regarding the date of the certificate and level of encryption.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has a couple resources that explain ID theft and "Phishing". Here are some links you can use to learn more about it.
"Be Safe Online: OnGuard Online," published
in early 2012 available at:
"Identity Theft Resources: How to Protect Your Identity Toolkit " available at:
Anti-Phishing Working Group
If you have any suspicions or questions feel free to contact us at the bank. Thank you!