]]>The e-mail states: “You have 1 new ALERT message. Please login to
your First Dakota National Bank Online Login and visit the Message
Center section in order to read the message. To Login, please click the
link below: First Dakota National Bank Online Banking.”

When a
reporter from the Press & Dakotan clicked the link late Wednesday
afternoon, a message came up saying the site was a reported forgery.

Steiner of First Dakota reported earlier in the day that the bank was
working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to get the site
closed down.

If you are not sure, always type the email address in the browser instead of clicking links in emails.