1. Register for Mobile Card Fraud Alert Service
Our Mobile Card Fraud Alert Service automatically alerts you to most potentially fraudulent transactions on your Zions Bank® Visa® or MasterCard® credit or debit card, so you can react to fraud fast.
2. Use your Zions Bank Visa card with Apple Pay
If you have an iPhone® 6 or newer, iPad Air® 2 or iPad mini™ 3 with iOS8, use your Zions Bank Visa card with Apple Pay for an easier, more secure, and private way to pay.
5. Opt out of traditional paper statements and receive only eDocuments (eStatements, eNotices, eTax documents)
No more paper documents sitting around in your mailbox waiting for you to retrieve them. Online documents are password-protected and encrypted on the secured Zions Bank® Online Banking platform.
6. Ensure you are on our authentic web site
When accessing your online bank account, follow the simple steps below to ensure you're on the authentic zionsbank.com web site and not a fake one set up by fraudsters.
Ensure you're on the Authentic zionsbank.com Website
- Always access the Zions® online banking site by manually typing in the URL, https://www.zionsbank.com, or by using a preconfigured bookmark pointing to https://www.zionsbank.com. It's a good practice to avoid accessing your accounts by clicking on links on other web sites or in emails.
- Once you've accessed the online banking site, validate that the URL in the address bar is https://www.zionsbank.com.
- Look for your browser’s symbol indicating that you're on a secure site whose authenticity has been verified by an independent authority. For example, in Internet Explorer, a padlock image will appear to the right of the address line. You can view the details of the authenticity by clicking on the lock.
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ONLINE SECURITY FAQs
Several measures have been taken to help secure customer information over the Internet, including the use of individual usernames and passwords to authenticate users of Zions® Online Banking. Zions also uses SSL technology to help secure your personal information.
As an added security measure, we'll never use pop-ups to solicit personal information. If you encounter a pop-up from Zions Bank asking for personal information, please contact Zions Online Banking Support at 800-840-4999 (Mon. to Sat. from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. MT.).
There are many types of email fraud. An increasingly common type involves the use of phony emails ("phishing") that ask you to provide sensitive personal information that can be used for identity theft. It's difficult to detect a fraudulent email because the address of the sender appears to be genuine (such as firstname.lastname@example.org) as do the graphics and page designs. These emails will often request personal information by luring you into providing it on the spot (i.e., by replying to the email) or by including links to a site that tries to get you to disclose personal data.
The people trying to extract this information may use it to access your accounts and withdraw money or attempt to open new accounts using your information.
It's important not to rely on links provided in email messages to get to a web site. Open a new browser window and type in the full address for the site you're trying to visit. For example, type www.zionsbank.com into your browser. You can also tell that you're dealing with Zions Bank because we'll never send you an email asking for your passwords, credit card numbers or other sensitive information.