Privacy & Security
We’re dedicated to your safety and security. To learn more about the levels of control we use to help protect you, or to get tips on ways you can protect yourself, read below.
Remember: Huntington will never ask you for account numbers or passwords by phone, email, or text.
If you receive a suspicious email, text, or call claiming to be from Huntington, hang up and call us at (800) 480-2265.
What’s Your Cyber Personality?
Identify your approach to cybersecurity by answering a few questions, and we’ll show you some simple habits to help make your digital life more secure.
Do you know the most common password mistakes?
Learn more about banking online securely and how to help keep your account information safe.
Quick tips to help keep you and your family safe online.
Best practices to help protect your business and customers from fraudulent activity.
Review Huntington’s Customer Information Privacy Notice.Read More
Tips to help keep your smartphone safe from cyber threats.Read More
Learn how to help protect yourself from new mortgage wire fraud schemes
Learn how to help you shop safer this holiday season.
Stay up-to-date on your account and be the first to know about suspicious activity.
Frauds & Scams
Learn the most common ways fraudsters try to gather private information.
Read our tips that could help you keep an eye on your personal and financial information.
Manage & Resolve
How to report suspicious or fraudulent account activity.
If you’re a victim of identity theft, it’s important to act quickly. Here’s where to start.
How to submit a request for (a) access to or (b) deletion of personal information.
Huntington's Online Security Commitment
We are committed to providing a secure online experience for our current and prospective customers.Learn More
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If you have more questions, please contact us
We’re ready to help in person, online or on the phone. If you are sending an email, learn about our Secure Mail option.
To speak to a customer service representative, call (800) 480-2265.
Email ID Theft Department
For ID Theft involving credit products, please provide an affidavit with your secure email submission.