Be Aware of Federal Shutdown Scams

During the current partial federal government shutdown, it’s important to be alert and on the lookout for scams that try to take advantage of the shutdown. During the shutdown the Federal Trade Commission customer complaint system is not operating which may lead to increased fraudulent... Read More

Elder Financial Abuse on The Rise – Tips to Prevent It

Estimates have the amount of money lost by seniors as a result of fraud and other forms of elder financial abuse at around $30 billion a year. Elder abuse fraud continues to increase, affecting approximately 1 in 18 older Americans each year, although experts say the numbers might be higher since... Read More

New Free Credit Freezes and Year-Long Fraud Alerts Protect Against Identity Theft

A new federal law helps make it harder for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. The new law, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act, which took effect on September 21, 2018, enables you to establish credit freezes and year-long fraud alerts for free. Read More

Reloadable Prepaid Cards: A Smart Choice For Back to School

Whether you have a student heading off to college or just back to school the start of the school year presents a good opportunity to support your student while teaching them positive financial habits when it comes to spending.
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Remote Deposit of Checks – A Convenient, Easy Time-Saver for Individuals and Businesses

Many people and companies are headed towards the paperless checking route.  Not only is it better for the environment, it is also a huge time saver.  Looking to see how you or your business could benefit from this? Check out these helpful tips: Read More
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