Business Education | Security Training
We at First Minnetonka City Bank do everything we can to protect you and your business, but you are the last defense against financial crime. The more you know, the less likely you are to become a victim.
We are offering three online courses to educate you about the tactics of financial criminals and how you can protect yourself. Topics include The Risk Background and Threat Landscape, Risk Management and Reduction and Managing a Negative Event. The training is delivered via our Online Banking Security Information Center, and it takes approximately 45 minutes to complete all three courses.
We hope you'll take advantage of this training opportunity to help you improve online transaction security and reduce the likelihood of online banking and ACH fraud. To begin your security training course, click on the Education Center button on the right.
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Glen Lake: (952) 935-8663
14550 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Hours & Directions
Country Village: (952) 935-5995
11500 Highway 7
Minnetonka, MN 55305
Hours & Directions
To report unauthorized activity or a lost or stolen Visa Debit Card, call (952) 935-5995 or (952) 935-8663 during our business hours. After hours, call (800) 472-3272.
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