Online Banking - Android Issues

Having issues accessing your online banking with your Android phone? Our online provider no longer supports operating
systems for the Android version KitKat (4.4) or lower. In order to ensure no interruptions in service, please upgrade to Lollipop (5.0) or higher. .

SouthEast Verifi Debit Card Fraud Protection

Get self-defense for your debit card with SouthEast Verifi. 

  • Monitors debit card transactions 24/7!
  • Customers are notified immediately of suspicious transactions by text, email or telephone call!
  • Customers must respond to the notification whether the transaction is authorized or unauthorized.
  • Customers must opt-in to receive text alerts by typing "sebank" to 47334 or click the link below.
  • Please verify that SouthEast Bank has your current cell phone number and email address to access the SouthEast Verifi service.
  • SIGN UP for SouthEast Verifi text message alerts.
    Standard message and data rates may apply.

How the SouthEast Verifi Notification System Works

1. Enrollment
For your security, we continuously monitor debit card transactions for possible fraudulent activity. Enrollment is free and automatic. Text messaging alerts allow you to authorize or dispute transactions instantly through your mobile phone. It's the fastest and easiest way to respond! If we have a valid mobile phone number on file for your account, we will notify you via text message*. Be sure to update your account with your most recent contact information. If we do not have a valid mobile number on file for your account, we will notify you by phone or e-mail.

2. Notification
If your debit card is used for a transaction which shares characteristics commonly associated with unauthorized purchases, we will contact you by email, telephone, or text message notification.

3. Authorization
To prevent disruption to your account, review the purchase details and contact us by phone at 800.214.9865 or reply by text message (if enrolled). If you verify that the transaction is authorized, you will be able to continue using your card with no interruptions. If you report the transaction as unauthorized, we will disable your current card in an effort to prevent additional fraudulent activity from occurring.

*Standard message and data rates may apply.

Best Security Practices for Users

Privacy Matters

Although we may contact you by phone, text, or email, we will never initiate communication by asking for your account number, PIN, password, or other personal information. If you are uncertain about the source of anyone claiming to represent SouthEast Bank, please call 1-844-SEBANKS or visit directly.


Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and, indirectly, money), often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Learn more about phishing and how to protect yourself from this scam.

Identity Theft

Think of how many times a day you share your personal information. You may write a check at the local grocery store, apply for a credit card, mail your tax return, or make a purchase via the Internet or phone. With each transaction, you share your personal information: your bank and credit card account numbers, your income, your social security number, your name, address and phone number. Unless you live your life in a bubble, you can't prevent the stealing of your personal information, but you can minimize the risks of this crime happening to you. Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft.

Elder Financial Abuse Awareness

Every year, millions of seniors fall victim to financial fraud. Studies show elder financial abuse costs seniors approximately $2.9 billion each year. SouthEast Bank urges older customers and their trusted caregivers to safeguard all personal information and stay alert to the common signs of financial abuse. Here are 14 tips for stopping elder financial abuse in its tracks.

Mobile Device Safety

Keeping your smartphone or tablet safe from cyber-criminals is just as important as securing your desktop or laptop. Here are basic steps you can take to secure your mobile devices.