Please explore our ongoing anti-fraud efforts and learn more about the magnitude of fraud, its impact on your bank and the economy, how to report it, and what you can do to prevent, detect, and deter it.
NBA Robbery Reward Program
The NBA manages a statewide robbery reward program designed to solicit information that leads to the apprehension of any person believed to be responsible for the robbery of an FDIC-insured commercial bank or savings institution located in Nebraska. All rewards to informants are paid through Crime Stoppers or the FBI. No rewards shall be paid directly from the NBA to an informant.
Thumbprint Signature Program
The NBA offers the Thumbprint Signature Program to provide a simple, effective, and inexpensive method for preventing and deterring check fraud. Individuals wanting to cash a check are asked to place an impression of their thumbprint on the face of the check using a small inkless touch pad that leaves no stain or residue on users or clothing.
Thumbprint Signature products include:
Concealed Handgun Signs
Although Nebraska residents are authorized to lawfully carry a concealed handgun in certain public places, state law prohibits concealed handguns in specified public facilities, including financial institutions. The NBA offers cling signs (pictured at left) to remind your customers of the law. Use of these signs is strictly voluntary.
Elder Abuse Prevention
Report suspected fraud impacting seniors by calling toll-free at 855-303-9470
The banking industry has a role to play in the prevention of elder abuse and it’s a role we take seriously.
The NBA has created training materials to help financial institutions spot elder abuse:
Download the Fraud Alert Form for banks
The Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation guarantee's your institution's CRA credit while elevating your community leadership by promoting secure senior living environments, HUD communities, and state veterans homes.
For More Information Contact:
Sarah Sasse Kildow, Director of Communications & Marketing
Gisela Quiroz, Marketing Coordinator