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February 11, 2021
Mountain Pacific Bank has been made aware of a data breach at the State Auditor’s Office (SAO) involving data that may have been stolen from their third-party vendor. While Mountain Pacific Bank systems have not been breached or hacked, the data with the SAO includes personal information for more than a million individuals who filed unemployment claims in 2020, as well as other information from some state agencies and local governments. In all, roughly 1.6 million claims are likely impacted.
For more information on the latest Washington State Auditor’s Office data breach, you can monitor their response page at https://sao.wa.gov/breach2021/
Mountain Pacific Bank would like to take this time to remind you of the services offered that can help you monitor your accounts.
Enroll in personal online banking services. This allows you to view balance and transaction information and can help you identify unauthorized activity quickly. Click Here
Enroll in E-Statements. This service allows for secure delivery of your Bank periodic statement and eliminates the risk of your financial statement being stolen from your mailbox. E-Statement enrollment is completed through your online banking profile.
If there is anything that we can do to assist you, please call 425-263-3500 weekdays between the hours of 8:30am and 5pm.
Check out this PDF from the Federal Trade Commission about how to avoid small business scams.
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