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Image from National Cybersecurity Alliance. Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmartCelebrate National Cyber Security Month by Staying Safe

 
Americans lost $1.9 billion to phishing and fraud in 2019. Staying safe and secure is more important than ever.
 
“Phishing” and online scams are designed to confuse you by looking and sounding official. Your One Florida Bank relationship banker will never call or email you to ask for personal information.  When in doubt, call your banker or branch directly. 
 
You can learn more about phishing, common fraud tactics and what to do if you’ve been targeted by reviewing these helpful tips by clicking here.



BREAKING:  Florida Trend names One Florida Bank one of the state’s “Best Companies to Work for”!

Our bank was named in the Top 10 for Best Midsized Companies to work for. We are so proud of our team for helping us build a place where relationships matter.
 

 
 

We’re Nominated as a "Best Business"! 

One Florida Bank was nominated for the 2020 Seminole Business Awards. We’re proud to be named among Seminole County’s best businesses. Thank you, Seminole County Chamber of Commerce, and congratulations to our fellow nominees. 

Click here to see the full list of nominees.

 
 
 

One Florida’s Success with PPP Loans Recognized by Business Journal

Our team was honored to help our clients keep their workers employed during this trying year by working quickly to process PPP applications. The Orlando Business Journal featured us and our president, Rick Pullum on the steps OFB took to effectively process those loans.
 
How this bank is processing PPP loans quickly as demand grows.

“We have assembled a dedicated task force of lenders and closing specialists and documented procedures to handle the volume of PPP loan closing we will have in the coming weeks. We have formulated documents using SBA forms and guidance to ensure we close them timely and compliantly with SBA requirements.”

Click here to read the full article. (paywall)

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