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Our Mission

City National's mission is to provide the ultimate banking experience for successful entrepreneurs and professionals through an uncommon dedication to extraordinary service, proactive advice and total financial solutions.

How to Report E-mail Fraud

If you suspect that you've received a fraudulent e-mail from City National Bank, please contact us at (800) 773-7100.

City National's Policy

City National Bank will NEVER ask for personal information through e-mail. Your best protection against fraud is caution.

Do not respond to any message asking for the following:

  • Password
  • PIN Number
  • Credit Card Validation Code
  • Bank Account Numbers
  • ATM Card, Check Card or Credit Card Numbers
  • Personal Information, such as your Social Security Number

Fraudulent e-mail activity is increasing. Many times this illegal activity is known as e-mail spoofing or phishing. These e-mails may appear to be from legitimate companies that you do business with – such as your bank, an online auction site or your Internet service provider.

The fraudulent e-mails request you access the company website and validate or confirm your personal information.

You may also want to forward any fraudulent e-mails you receive to the Federal Trade Commission at: uce@ftc.gov or (877) IDTHEFT; or visit them online at: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/idtheft/.