Rates and products offered may differ from state to state. To see the rate and offering available to you, please select the state where you bank. (Your privacy is important to us—see our Privacy Notice).
Your NB|AZ® account and service agreements include both customer protections (like the Visa® Zero Liability program) and responsibilities.
Identity Theft 101*
If your identity has been stolen:
Equifax Credit Bureau
Experian Information Solutions
TransUnion Credit Bureau
*This information is excerpted from the Identity Theft pamphlet available from the U.S. Postal Service.
Report Fraud To NB|AZ
If you received or responded to an email claiming to be from National Bank of Arizona® that you believe to be fraudulent, contact our Client Support at 1.800.497.8168, and option 0 to speak to a client service representative; and forward any emails to your banker.
Ensure you are on the authentic nbarizona.com website
When accessing your online bank account, take these simple steps to ensure you are on the authentic nbarizona.com website.
Always access the online banking site by manually typing in the URL https://www.nbarizona.com or by using a preconfigured bookmark pointing to https://www.nbarizona.com. It is a good practice to avoid accessing your accounts by clicking on links on other websites or in emails.
Once you have accessed the online banking site, validate that the URL in the address bar is https://www.nbarizona.com.
Look for your browser's symbol indicating that you are on a secure site whose authenticity has been verified by an independent authority. For example, in Internet Explorer, a padlock image () will appear to the right of the address line. You can view the details of the authenticity by clicking on the lock.