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Taking Security Seriously

WSFS is serious about safeguarding your personal and financial information.

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Never provide your username, password, Social Security number or two-factor authentication codes to anyone – even if they’re claiming to be from your bank. Here are ways to protect yourself.
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WSFS will never ask you to provide personal information such as usernames, passwords, PINs or Social Security numbers via text. Learn more about how WSFS will communicate with you.
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Wiring money can be a quick and convenient way to transfer funds, but it is important to take steps to send funds properly. Here are tips to protect yourself from wire transfer scams.
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Have you downloaded the WSFS Mobile Banking App?

Access your WSFS accounts from your mobile device anytime, anywhere using the WSFS Mobile Banking app.

  • Securely scan and deposit checks using your smartphone
  • Easily move funds between your accounts
  • Monitor account activity
  • Easily send money to people you trust regardless of where they bank in the U.S.

Download on the App Store  Get it on Google Play

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Safety & Security Tools

Your security and privacy are important to us. Here’s how we can help:
  • How to Protect Yourself

    ATM safety, password guidelines and other best practices to safeguard your accounts.

  • Security Center

    Visit our Security Center for all of the latest security tips and fraud prevention education.

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Our friendly Associates are here to help 7am-7pm (M-F) and 9am-3pm (on weekends) at 888.973.7226, by scheduling an appointment or visiting the nearest WSFS Banking Office.