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Defend Yourself Against Phone, Text & Email Scams
  • Don’t rely on caller ID as verification of who is calling. Scammers can spoof phone numbers to make it appear that the call is coming from Community West Bank. Call us using the phone number on our website or on an account statement to determine if the request is legitimate.
  • Never share your online banking Secure Access Code (SAC) with anyone who calls you, texts you or emails you asking for the code.  Remember that we will never ask you to share your SAC with us over the phone, by text, or by email.
  • Community West Bank will never send you an email asking you to click a link to provide your personal information. Be very cautious of phone calls, texts and emails requesting personal information, such as your debit or credit card number, Social Security number, password, or account numbers.
  • Contact Community West Bank Customer Service immediately at (800) 298-1775 during business hours if you believe you have fallen victim to fraud or are suspicious about transaction activity with your account.


Financial Health Club


Keeping You & Your Business Healthy

Community West Bank understands just how complicated it can be to keep your finances fit & healthy. The Financial Health Club is an online resource center where you can easily find the personal and business tips you need to keep your finances running safe, strong and smoothly. Subjects are updated regularly, so check back for new topics and information.

Business Financing

Business financing is an important step in allowing your business to grow, survive and succeed. Below are helpful tools to get you on the road to success:

Business & Cash Flow Management

Start planning for next year by evaluating this year’s performance, analyze the competition, and project sales for the year.

Business Fraud Protection & Safety

Cybercriminals are setting their sights on small to mid-size businesses. Safeguarding sensitive data in your files and on your computers is just plain good for business. If information falls in the wrong hands, it can lead to fraud or identity theft. A sound data security plan is built on five key principals:

  • Take stock. Know what personal information you have in your files and on your computers.
  • Scale down. Keep only what you need for your business.
  • Lock it. Protect the information in your care.
  • Pitch it. Properly dispose of what you no longer need.
  • Plan ahead. Create a plan to respond to security incidents.
  • Watch the full video here.

Your business can’t afford to have its information get into the wrong hands. Check out the newest trends and techniques to protect your business from fraudulent attacks.

Personal Financing

Personal financing is crucial to keeping yourself within your budget, while allowing you to accomplish all of your financial goals. Below are helpful tools to get you started:

How to Establish, Boost & Check Your Credit Score

In the world of personal finance, having a strong credit history is important for success. The resources below will provide you with valuable information for establishing, boosting or checking your credit score:

Fraud Education & Identity Protection Tips

Preventing cybercriminals from accessing your personal information is the first step in protecting your identity. Check out these helpful tips for how to protect yourself from fraud:

Lock & Alert Service Now Available from Equifax

Equifax has launched a new service that provides consumers the ability to lock and unlock their Equifax Credit Report, for free, for life! For more information on this service, please visit Equifax.

Information, resources and views provided through the Financial Health Club are general in nature for your consideration and are not legal, tax or investment advice. Community West Bank makes no warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the information, nor does it endorse any non-Community West Bank companies, products or services described. This information is provided “as is” and carries no warranties. We take no liability for your use of this information. Information provided regarding business risk management and safeguards do not necessarily represent Community West Bank’s business practices. Please contact your own information technology security, legal, tax or financial advisors regarding your specific business needs before taking any actions based upon this information. Community West Bank does not provide financial, tax or legal advice. Please see your advisors to determine how this information may apply to your own situation.