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Oregon Community Bank & Trust is excited about the Internet medium as a way to communicate with our customers. Your Internet communication can be faster, more convenient, inexpensive and done from almost anywhere you travel. 
Through e-mail, Oregon Community Bank & Trust bankers will give you the same great, friendly service that you receive in person at our Branches. To be able to serve you efficiently on the Internet via e-mail, please be advised of the following:

• Our goal is to answer your inquiries within 24 hours.

• E-mail is NOT a secure media. We recommend you consider e-mail about as private as a post card. We do not assume any liability or otherwise guarantee the security of information in transit to or from our facilities via e-mail. We strongly urge you not to communicate confidential information by e-mail.

• We reserve the right for our compliance, security and management staff to monitor and/or record all communications and activity related to e-mail messages to or from the bank.

• We CANNOT accept notification of lost or stolen PIN's, passwords, checks, credit card, stop payment orders or unauthorized activity on any of your accounts with Oregon Community Bank & Trust via e-mail messages. These items need to be reported to us personally or by authorized channels. (i.e. U.S. Postal Service or in the channels provided within our Internet banking services.)

• We will not share your e-mail address or any other personal information with third parties without your prior authorization. (See our Privacy Policy)

• Except as otherwise provided in this disclosure or by law, we are not responsible for any loss, injury, or damage, whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, caused by e-mail messages or use thereof arising in any way from the installation, operation, or maintenance of your PC equipment.

• In consideration for being allowed access to e-mail services, you agree to indemnify and hold Oregon Community Bank & Trust harmless for any losses or damages suffered or incurred resulting from the use of the e-mail, to the extent allowed by applicable law.

The USA PATRIOT Act requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account or changes an existing account.