The First National Bank of Throckmorton has implemented a significant level of security features to mitigate the risk of fraudulent Internet activity, however we strongly encourage both our consumer and business customers using Internet Banking services to be aware of current threats to the security of their Internet banking accounts, and to implement internal preventative and monitoring controls to reduce the risk of compromised access and account takeover. For more information on being safe, secure, and responsible online, please visit the Federal Government’s website: This site is a partner in the Stop Think Connect campaign, led by the Department of Homeland Security, and part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. ( is an external site located outside of The First National Bank of Throckmorton's control).

The First National Bank of Throckmorton will NEVER request a customer’s personal information (debit card number, account number, social security number, personal identification number or password) through email or by phone. If you ever receive an unsolicited phone call or email claiming to be from The First National Bank of Throckmorton requesting your personal and confidential information, please DO NOT respond. As an additional monitoring control, you should review account statements and online account transaction history to ensure all transactions are correct and authorized. If you notice suspicious account activity or experience any events leading you to believe your personal information has been compromised, please contact us immediately by calling (940)849-2561.

The First National Bank of Throckmorton is required under Regulation E: Electronic Fund Transfers to provide certain protections to our customers relative to electronic fund transfers (EFT). As applicable to Internet access, this regulation covers transactions initiated through Internet Banking to either order, instruct, or authorize the financial institution to debit or credit an account. Transactions may include but are not limited to ACH payments, external transfers, and bill payments. For specific applicability and provisions, please refer to our EFT Disclosure. Please click here to view our Reg E policy. Adobe Acrobat is required to view the Reg E policy. You may download Adobe Acrobat from Adobe’s website at

Online Banking Security Information

Weblinks30 utilizes the latest computer and security technology to ensure that all customer account information remains secure and accurate.

Account Access Controls

Weblinks30 maintains controls for the way in which a customer may access accounts. These controls are maintained through settings on the CSI's host servers. Restrictions may be placed on account access and transfer rights.

Password Protection

A customer is only allowed to access account information on Weblinks30 with a valid login consisting of a username and 6 to 15 character alpha numeric password. Only customers who have been enabled for Weblinks30 will be allowed access. After three simultaneous invalid password entries for a customer, access will be disabled for the customer preventing unauthorized access by a third party. Once disabled, only bank personnel may re-enable access through the Weblinks30 administrator interface.

Secure Communication

All communication between the customer and Weblinks30 Server Network are conducted using the Secure Socket Lay (SSL) protocol. SSL provides data encryption, server authentication, and message integrity for the entire banking session. This assures that a third party will not be able to eavesdrop on the session, that the customer is connected with the Weblinks30 Server Network and not an imposter, and that all information received will be accurate. Additional information on SSL may be found at

Network Security

The Weblinks30 Server Network is comprised of several components including industry standard Cisco ASA Firewall's, Cisco Routers and Cisco switches. Any suspicious activity will result in access being denied and is logged for later review. All requests are passed to the Web Server on behalf of the client and back to the client on behalf of the Web Server. This ensures that access directly to the Web Server is not possible, significantly reducing the possibility of unauthorized access. The Database Server, where all account information is stored, is only accessible through requests made by the Web Server. Access to account information is only allowed through the Web Server Banking interface.

Password Security

We are committed to protecting our customers. In doing so, we encourage you to use strong and secure passwords for your electronic banking needs. Please follow the below suggestions in order to ensure a safe experience with our electronic banking services.

  • never share a computer with someone unfamiliar and never use an unfamiliar computer
  • never use the same password for more than one account
  • never tell your password to anyone, including people who claim to be from customer service
  • never write down your password
  • never communicate a password by e-mail or instant messaging
  • be careful to log off before leaving a computer unattended
  • change your passwords every ninety days
  • ensure operating system password and application passwords are different
  • password should be alpha-numeric with capitalized letters and numbers
  • make passwords COMPLETELY random but easy for you to remember

Personal Security

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