How to Limit Information Sharing and Marketing
If you prefer, you may direct us not to share personal information about you that isn't publicly available. This is commonly known as "opting-out" of information sharing. By making this selection, you will also limit our affiliates (and TIB) from using this information to market their products and services to you. There are several ways to "opt-out":

1) You can write to us at:
West Texas National Bank Privacy Preferences
6 Desta Drive
Suite 2400
Midland, TX 79705

* Please include your name, address, telephone number, and Social Security number with your request. Incomplete information will delay, or possibly prevent, our ability to honor your request.

2)You can fax your request with your name, address, telephone number, and Social Security number to 432.687.9771, Attn: Customer Privacy Coordinator.

3)You can visit your nearest branch and speak with a customer service representative.

4)You can call anytime toll-free to 877-493-7862.

Your privacy in the online world is as important to us as it is everywhere else within West Texas National Bank. While this policy governs West Texas National Bank's corporate data sharing activities, there may be cases where we need to treat your information differently than described here while doing business with you online. In these cases, we will provide you with a clear, concise and understandable option as to how your information will be handled.

West Texas National Bank will never send emails asking for personal or account information, such as passwords, Social Security Numbers, PINs, Credit or Check Card numbers, or other confidential information. In most instances, we will not send you emails unless you have initiated an email dialogue with us; you have previously requested us to communicate with you in this manner; and/or the email is about your relationship with the Bank. We will send you marketing emails only if you have given us your express consent to receive this type of information. To help keep your accounts secure, you should be aware of fraudulent emails and pop-up Web pages that attempt to obtain personal and account information. Fraudulent emails and Web pages will typically ask for:

Account numbers
Credit and Check Card numbers
Social Security numbers
Online Banking sign-ons and passwords
Mother's maiden name

Last updated: 08-14-2014