Report Fraudulent Email

If you receive any email – from Huntington or from anyone else – requesting personal or account information, please treat it as fraudulent.


  • To report fraudulent email: If you have not provided any personal information in response to a suspicious email and simply want to report the fact that you received it, please forward it to us at


  • To report possible identity theft: If you think you may have provided personal account or password information in response to an email you received, please call us at 1-800-480-BANK (2265) weekdays, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET and weekends, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET.


What is fraudulent email?

Hackers frequently try to get information from individuals by sending emails asking for verification of account information. These deceptive emails (also known as "phishing") may say that your bank account has been closed due to fraudulent activity or that it needs to be verified. If you ever receive an email of this nature, do not open the attached files, and do not provide any personal information. Huntington will never solicit your personal or account information through email.

Learn how to recognize fraudulent email.

See examples of recent phishing attacks against Huntington. (Requires Acrobat Reader – available at no cost from Adobe – to view and print.)

Learn more about Identity Protection.