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Tools to help you plan your future from helpful finan­cial calcu­la­tors to free budget­ing tools.

Financial Calculators

Get a wealth of free tools to help you plan for the long run with Rocky Mountain Bank. We have every finan­cial calcu­la­tor you can imagine — loan compar­i­son, mortgage, refi­nanc­ing, auto loan and more. Start planning today!

Security Center

We exceed the industry stan­dards when it comes to secure banking. Our Online Banking security uses the latest tech­nol­ogy to protect your privacy and your assets. It features Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA); a TriCipher Digital ID on the Bank’s server; and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol for data encryp­tion. Trust us, it’s secure.

Read Our Security Statement

Security Tips

  • Do not use the same password for all your accounts.
  • Change your pass­words frequently and avoid common pass­words like Password” or qwerty”.
  • Do not create pass­words that contain readily known things that are unique to you such as your birth­date or your spouse’s name.
  • Use a mix of upper and lower­case letters, numbers, symbols and spaces.
  • Use up to date oper­at­ing systems and keep your software updated on your home comput­ers and mobile devices.
  • Use a security suite from a reputable vendor with antivirus and personal firewall capabilities.
  • Use the encryp­tion on your wireless home network.
  • Use the screen lock on your mobile devices.
  • Don’t provide too much personal infor­ma­tion on social network­ing sites.

Common Scams

Phishing is a common scam where crim­i­nals imper­son­ate a finan­cial insti­tu­tion to steal your personal information.

For example, you might receive an email that looks like it’s from your local bank. It says: Dear Valued Customer, your account has been compro­mised and we need to verify your infor­ma­tion or we will be forced to close your account.”

Often there’s a link that takes you to a site where you’re asked to enter your social security number or bank account number. These scams can be convinc­ing, but a legit­i­mate company will not ask for your personal infor­ma­tion through an email or a text. Delete any messages that ask you to provide personal infor­ma­tion, and report suspected phishing scams to the Federal Trade Commission. 

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