Social Media Guidelines
First Security Ban, a division of Glacier Bank believes in the value of open and honest communication and welcomes the opportunity for the public to make constructive comments on social media platforms. Therefore, we have established rules to maintain a “community-friendly” and “work-safe” site.
We reserve the right to remove comments and/or block users for the following reasons (this is not an exhaustive list, and we reserve the rights to remove comments and/or block users for reasons in addition to those set forth below):
- Inappropriate words or phrases
- Off-topic or irrelevant content
- Any personal information
- Personal attacks
- Impersonations of another individual or company
- Language that is abusive toward the bank or other commentators
- Content that promotes hate or attacks groups of people based on ethnic, religious, or other criteria
- Discussions of (or advocacy for) political or religious points-of-view
- Content that strays far off-topic from the original post
- Content deemed to not be legally appropriate
By submitting a comment on one of our social media platforms, you agree that the text of the comment is your own and that this site, First Security Bank a division of Glacier Bank and its representatives, are not liable for any and all repercussions and/or damages that might occur as a result of your post.
Safeguard Your Information
Never share personal or account information on social media posts. This applies to both public and private messages. The bank will never request or accept account information over social media.
- Never open emails from unknown or untrusted sources. They may contain harmful viruses, rendering your computer susceptible to intrusions.
- Never provide personal information (social security number or bank account information for example) to a website or email claiming to be a financial institution. Chances are the website/email is a scam “phishing” for personal information.
- When banking online, make sure to routinely monitor your accounts for signs of fraud. Encourage those businesses to adopt multi-layer authentication (not just username/ password) to protect your accounts and information.
- To best ensure your personal information is safe, install virus protection software on your home computer and keep it updated. When storing backup copies of personal files and data at home, make sure they are password-protected. Before you dispose of your computer, make sure to remove all storage drives; simply deleting your files is not advisable.