WSFS is serious about safeguarding your personal and financial information.
At WSFS Bank we’re prioritizing your security, whether you are using one of our digital channels, banking by phone or in person at one of our banking offices. We use a variety of security solutions and tools to keep you secure. Various monitoring systems watch activity across the internet to detect out-of-pattern activity to identify and prevent fraudulent transactions and quickly notify WSFS personnel when detected. This gives us the ability to act against any attacking domain. Though we provide secure online banking sessions, we recommend you follow best practices for online banking and steps to help protect your computer and mobile devices.
Below you will find additional security information that we recommend all of our Customers review:
More ways to help safeguard your accounts.
Fraudsters never sleep. Among one of their many tactics: bank account takeover fraud. Scammers will text a large number of consumers impersonating various banks and financial institutions to ask if you initiated a transfer or ask if you were making a purchase. It is a trick. Don’t respond.Read More
The hustle and bustle of the holidays typically brings with it increased purchases and the hunt for the best bargains. But sometimes a deal can be too good to be true, which is why it is vital to take steps to protect yourself from scams.Read More
Fraud remains at all-time highs, particularly in the business world. According to the Association of Finance Professionals’ (AFP) 2023 Payments Fraud and Control Survey, 65% of businesses said they’ve been victims of fraud attacks or attempts in 2022.Read More
Each October since 2004 has marked Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a collaboration between government and the private sector to educate consumers on ways to stay safe online.Read More
According to the Federal Trade Commission, consumers lost $330 million to text message scams in 2022, with fake bank security messages the most common type of scam.Read More
If you have a mailbox, then odds are you’re no stranger to junk mail. And if you’ve also closed on a loan recently, whether a mortgage for your home or loan for your business, it is likely you’ve received quite a few solicitations in your mailbox that look as though they could be from your lender.Read More
Thirty-six percent of all U.S. banking customers said they have experienced some kind of financial fraud in the past 12 months, according to J.D. Power, with unauthorized purchases on debit cards being among the most common occurrences.Read More
Artificial intelligence (AI) can be a powerful tool, but what happens when it falls into the hands of scammers? While AI can help with things like chatbots for customer service and writing emails, it can also be leveraged by nefarious actors through deep fake scams that can mimic human voices, create fake videos, photos and more to take advantage of unsuspecting victims.Read More
Love is in the air as wedding season heats up alongside the weather. But if you’re the unlucky victim of social engineering, which is when scammers manipulate their victims psychologically to get them to provide sensitive information, you may be left with more than just a broken heart.Read More
To keep Customers up to date with important information, WSFS Bank will occasionally communicate via our secure text notification service. With this service, Customers will receive a text notification with a link to a communication feed. This feed will provide account information, special announcements, and other relevant content.Read More