<<< SAFETY ALERT • 10/15/21 >>>

Customers from a variety of banking institutions have reported receiving fraudulent text messages and phone calls from 812-238-6000 formatted as fraud alerts. If you receive a text that looks like this, please do not reply to these messages.

“FRM:FIRST FINANCIAL.BANK-ALERTS

SUBJ:CALL: 8202002820 Immediately.

MSG:Ticket ID:dpeq. Card.Transaction-Alerts!”

This message and others like it are not genuine messages from First Financial or any other bank. Phone calls from “First Financial Bank Fraud Team” are not genuine. Please do not call the phone number and do not share any information of any kind.

Always keep in mind that legitimate financial institutions will never ask you for your debit card information, account numbers, passwords, or personal identification information over the phone, via text message, or via email.

If you have shared personal or account information please call 800-511-0045 during business hours for assistance.

Secure your card with CardGuard.

CardGuard is free for First Plus debit cardholders, both individuals and businesses. And it’s available only at First Financial Bank!

If you’re trying to stick to a budget, CardGuard can help. Set spending limits for general use or by type of merchant. CardGuard lets you change parameters 24/7 using your mobile phone. When you’re traveling or shopping for the holidays, it’s quick and easy to update the controls to fit special spending needs.

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