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Business Security Center

Northwest Bank values your privacy and security and that is why we have created a cyber security technology center to help protect your personal and financial information.

If you suspect any fraudulent activity with your account to contact Northwest Bank immediately at 1-800-678-4105, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST. If you have questions or need to report suspicious activity on your debit card SHAZAM can be reached at 1-866-508-2693.

If you suspect any fraudulent activity with your account to contact Northwest Bank immediately at 1-800-678-4105, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST. 

  • If you are affected by a security breach, we strongly suggest you monitor your accounts and transactions through your Business Online or Mobile Banking. If you notice any transactions that you do not recognize, please contact us immediately.
  • We also encourage you to create an Identity Theft Report and review your Credit Report. For more information on steps you can take for Identity Theft, click here.


Knowledge is the key to successful fraud prevention. Learning how to prevent you and your business from becoming the victim of fraud is an important step to keeping the toll of emotional stress, financial loss and damaged reputation from happening to you. In addition, since over 50% of all identity fraud is discovered by the victim, it’s important to educate yourself. We want to make sure you have the tools and resources to protect you from any fraud. Please take a few moments to review the services below.

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Cash Management Safetysecure

Online Security Training secure

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 secureSafety and Soundness


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  • If you are affected by a security breach, we strongly suggest you monitor your accounts and transactions through your Internet or Mobile Banking. If you notice any transactions that you do not recognize, please contact us immediately.
  • We also encourage you to create an Identity Theft Report and review your Credit Report. For more information on steps you can take for Identity Theft, click here.

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