MidFirst Bank check cards are the fastest and most convenient way to access funds
in your checking account. And with a few precautions, you can be confident using
your check card in person, online or by phone.
MidFirst Bank uses a series of risk-monitoring tools to help fight check
card fraud. We assess the risk potential of each check card transaction
before it is approved. Certain transactions, such as risky foreign
transactions, foreign Internet transactions, and domestic transactions
outside of MidFirst Bank’s market area, could be declined based on the
likelihood of fraud.
If you are traveling, either domestically or internationally, it is
important you notify us so we can provide continued usage of your card.
If you are planning to travel, please call 888.MIDFIRST (643.3477)
within 30 days of your departure date.
MidFirst Bank is dedicated to helping you protect your financial information. Below
are security tips pertaining to your check card that can aid in avoiding fraud and
Skimming is a popular method for criminals to steal your check card data
from the magnetic strip on the back of your card. Skimming devices are
typically smaller than a deck of cards and attached in close proximity to
an ATM or automated fuel dispenser card reader. When using ATMs and
automated fuel dispensers, be aware of any add-on device that may look
like it is not a factory-installed card reader.
If your MidFirst Bank account has unauthorized check card activity, contact
us immediately at 888.MIDFIRST (643.3477) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact the fraud departments of the three major credit bureaus
listed below and request that a fraud alert be placed on your file in order
to notify them of potential fraudulent activity.
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For password support with your MidFirst Investment services account, please contact
your Investment Executive.
Please select the appropriate Online Banking option to
continue with enrollment: