alert2ALERT! Email/Text Message Scam Colonial Bank FSB has been notified of an email/Text message scam. If you receive an email or text message advising you that your Debit/ATM card is inactive and you are to call the phone number provided to verify your Debit/ATM card number and/or your Social Security number to activate your card, PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND. Colonial Bank FSB will never request this information when contacting our customers. If you have responded to the email or text message and feel your card information has been stolen, please call 856-391-1580 to cancel your card.
GaletkaSince our founding 100 years ago in 1913, Colonial Bank FSB has experienced many changes. We have grown from a single office savings and loan association, serving Bridgeton, New Jersey, to a major financial service company, providing financial solutions to individuals and businesses throughout the South Jersey region. We are proud of our accomplishments and the things that make us unique, including our emphasis on customer service, technology and community involvement. Our success has been a collaborative effort, and I would like to thank our shareholders, our diverse team of employees and our Board members for their loyalty and dedication. Inspired by our history and vision of being the best we can be, we look forward to a strong future.
Sound money management includes sensible borrowing. With competitive rates and interest that may be tax deductible (please consult your tax advisor), a Home Equity loan can be a smart choice for almost any financing need. Our program offers you the choice of either a fixed rate or balloon loan with various payment schedules.

There are many ways to protect yourself from scams and frauds online. They all start with common sense. As the old saying goes; "if something's too good to be true it probably is." Today's thieves, especially online, are using much more sophisticated methods to take your money including email "phishing" and fraudulent web sites that look like the real thing.

Copycat web sites deliberately use a name or web address similar to an existing site. The intent is to trick you into giving your personal information and passwords. Victims are often invited to these phony sites by email “phishing.”

“Phishing” emails are fake correspondence that tell you things like there is a problem with your account, or there is illegal activity on your account, or other reasons why you need to take immediate action and click the links in the email. The links connect to fake web sites where you enter personal information, download viruses that record your keystrokes, or send information from your computer to someone who will use it against you.

If you suspect that someone has sent you a “phishing email” or created a fake web site to commit fraud, report them immediately to Colonial Bank. We can help to protect you from identify theft and make sure you are not the victim of scams and fraud.

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Colonial Bank FSB began in 1913 as a mortgage association in downtown Bridgeton. Today, Colonial Bank FSB is a nine location, community bank offering a unique combination of complete banking products and dedicated customer service to residents of Cumberland and Gloucester Counties.