How Starion Helps Protect You
Starion Bank takes measures to ensure your account information is safe and secure. We have provided information to help you understand how we handle customer communication, get familiar with tools we offer to help prevent fraud, and information about our internal controls.
Starion Bank takes steps to authenticate its customers when they call the bank to do banking services.
Starion Bank will never contact you using a text message or email asking for personal or banking information.
Tools we Offer
- Fraud alerts are generated daily, these are based on account activity and may include duplicate checks, check number out of range, high debit etc.
You can set alerts on your accounts through online banking, some of those alerts include: checking debit posting today, checking low balance alert, savings debit posting today etc.
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Starion Bank awards scholarships
Starion is committed to providing opportunities for our employees, as well as our employee's families. One way we are able to do this is through our Dependent Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is open to all children of Starion employees who have been employed for one year and who will be graduating high school this year or are current college freshman-juniors, and will be attending college for the 2020-21 academic year. Starion has chosen Faith Wahl, Hunter Heinle, and Taylor Fix, all who are from Mandan, as this year's winners of the $500 scholarship.
Fri. Jun 19 2:06 PM
Starion Bank awards $500 FFA scholarship
Starion Bank has awarded Megan Rodine, an Oakes High School (OHS) graduate, with a $500 scholarship
to support her pursuit of a degree in agribusiness. This scholarship was open to any FFA student planning
to pursue a degree in an agriculture related field. Of our many applicants, Rodine was chosen based on
her successes and accomplishments directly related to this scholarship.
Fri. Jun 12 2:06 PM
Starion Bank awards Oakes HS graduates scholarships
Starion Bank has awarded two Oakes High School (OHS) graduates, Claire Wagner and Nicole Schmitz,
with $500 scholarships in support of their pursuits of higher education. This scholarship was open to all
students, and the applicants were evaluated in a variety of areas including leadership, community
involvement, and future career goals and plans. Of our many applicants, both Wagner and Schmitz
displayed a great amount of excellence and promise in all of these areas.
Fri. Jun 12 2:06 PM
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