Traveling? Planning a trip or vacation?

Debit card fraud is at an all-time high and we believe this fraud originates through signature based transactions.  Therefore, in an effort to limit your exposure to criminal activity, we have made a change to our debit cards.  All debit card transactions outside of South Carolina will require a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code. This new process will provide extra protection against fraud while maintaining the convenience of using your debit card while you travel.  If you are not accustomed to using a PIN code or need to reset your code, please contact one of our friendly customer service representatives at a banking office near you.

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Your life is on the go. BOC Mobile Banking is right there with you.

Mobile Banking with Bank of Clarendon makes banking more convenient than ever. View your balances, transactions and account history all from your mobile phone. Safe and secure, mobile banking allows you to manage your accounts anytime, anywhere. You can even set up alerts, make transfers and pay bills all from the secure mobile banking site accessible through your mobile devices.

Features and Benefits:

  • No monthly service fee1
  • Make transfers2
  • View balances
  • Pay bills
  • View alerts

To access mobile banking you must be an BOC Online banking customer.

1You may be charged access rates depending on your mobile carrier. Web access is needed to use Mobile Banking. Check with your service carrier for details on specific fees.

2Federal regulation limits total transactions for savings and money market accounts.

Smart Banking on Your Smartphone

We have taken the necessary steps to minimize any risk to your accounts, whether you access them on your mobile phone or from your computer.  Here are some “do’s and don’ts” for you to be sure the transactions you make using a smartphone are safe:

Do…

  • Download our app directly from the app store for your phone's type – Bank of Clarendon has Android and iPhone apps available at their respective stores.
  • Treat your smartphone as if it's a PC. If you look at your phone that way, you're minimizing your risks. For instance, install antivirus software on your phone as you would on your PC.
  • Monitor the whereabouts of your phone. One big difference between your smartphone and your desktop computer is that the latter is much less likely to fall out of your pocket or purse. Check every so often to make sure your smartphone is on you when you're out and about.

Don't…

  • Don’t use public Wi-Fi access to conduct your banking business; you can't be sure it's secure. Opt for wireless networks that require a network security key or have some other form of security.
  • Don’t leave the keys in plain sight. Never send a text message on your phone containing sensitive information such as your Social Security number, checking or savings account number, or your account passwords.
  • Don’t be fooled by emails or text messages asking for personal information. Often, these "phishing" messages claim to be from your bank and ask for personal information or ask you to click on provided links to update account information.  We would never ask you to provide your ID or password over digital communications.