FDIC Consumer News: Beware, It’s a Scam! Avoid phishing, smishing, vishing, and other scams

Phishing is a term for scams commonly used when a criminal uses email to ask you to provide personal financial information. The sender pretends to be from a bank, a retail store, or government agency and makes the email appear legitimate. Criminals often try to threaten, even frighten people by stating “you’re a victim of […]

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Information About Your Economic Impact Payments

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The Federal Government is expected to send an unprecedented 150 million payments to eligible Americans over the next few months, and the banking industry is working closely with the Treasury Department to help eligible Americans receive those payments quickly, securely and safely during this challenging time. These payments for millions of Americans will start rolling […]

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Update on Covid-19

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Our thoughts are with those who have been affected in our communities and around the world.  To date, we fortunately have not seen any direct impact among our colleagues or customers, whose health and safety are our highest priority.  We are promoting hygiene measures recommended by health experts to ensure their well-being and evaluating all […]

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

Our thoughts are with those who have been affected in our communities and around the world.  To date, we fortunately have not seen any direct impact among our colleagues or customers, whose health and safety are our highest priority.  We are promoting hygiene measures recommended by health experts to ensure their well-being and evaluating all […]

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CASHIER’S CHECK SCAM

YOU RECEIVE A CHECK PAYMENT WITH A REQUEST TO WIRE THE DIFFERENCE BACK TO THE SENDER Unsolicited checks in the mail are nearly always fake. If you ever question the legitimacy of a check, take it to your bank for verification & throw the fake check away.

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