Protecting You and Your Loved Ones From Fraud
While the employees in our Fraud Department are incredibly friendly, follow these tips and you should be able to avoid talking with them.
Dealing with the Dreaded
Catalogue, coupons, electric bill, letter from your aunt¦ So far, so good. And then you see it: the ominous looking envelope with an unfamiliar return address. You open it to find that your personal information may have been compromised because of a security issue experienced by an organization or business storing your vital details.
How Mobile Account Alerts Can Help You
Have you ever gone to check out at a store and whipped out the plastic to pay, only to find out that the transaction won’t go through? If you have, you know that it can be a frustrating and embarrassing situation. Luckily the technology exists to help you avoid these little boo-boos in the future.
Simple but Effective Ways to Help Prevent Identity Theft
There was a time when your social security number was also your license number, college ID number and bank account number. Those days are gone and rightfully so. Securing your social security number is one of the top ways to protect yourself from identity theft. You should never put your Social Security card in your wallet or write it on your checks. It should only be given out when absolutely necessary.