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The bank recognizes E-mail as a simple and cost effective method of communication, however requests and inquiries requiring immediate attention should not be sent via E-mail. Similarly, sensitive personal and account information such as account numbers, passwords, PIN number, or Social Security Numbers should not be sent via E-mail. An E-mail message may not be reviewed by a bank representative immediately. You must contact the bank via telephone or in person for immediate attention. E-mail messages will not serve as a sufficient method for any requirement imposed on you to provide written notice, nor may E-mail messages be used to place a stop payment on a check, cancel a bill payment, request account transfers, or report lost or stolen banking codes and/or cards.