October 24, 2011 2:33
10/24/11- Ten entries were selected as winners for Week 3 of Bank of Ann Arbor's Build-A-Billboard Facebook contest. Winning entries include familiar local places such as Community High, Greenhills, Wazoo Records and more. See all the winning entries on our web site or on Bank of Ann Arbor's Facebook page.
October 18, 2011 11:30
Bank of Ann Arbor is pleased to announce 8 winners for Week 2 of our Build-A-Billboard contest on Facebook. The eight winning entries were chosen from over 100 submissions for the week. Check out the winning entries here. Winners receive a $50 VISA gift card and are entered into the competition for the Grand Prize of $1,500 and their entry on a real billboard.
Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bankofannarbor.
October 10, 2011 10:47
10/10/11--Six winners were chosen by our judges to be Week 1 winners in our Build-A-Billboard Facebook contest. Each winner will receive a $50 VISA gift card. Their entry then advances to consideration for our Grand Prize of $1,500 and posting on billboard in 2012. See the winners here or visit Bank of Ann Arbor's page on Facebook.
Bank of Ann Arbor’s Build-A-Billboard Contest happens on Facebook. Fans of Bank of Ann Arbor’s page submit their ideas and watch it appear as a billboard image. Each week, favorites are chosen by Bank of Ann Arbor and its agency Perich + Partners to win a $50 VISA gift card. At the end of the contest on November 18, 2011 (midnight), one winner will be selected at the Grand Prize winner. The Grand Prize winner will receive her/her submission posted on one of real Bank of Ann Arbor’s billboards posted in 2012, plus a check for $1,500.
Bank of Ann Arbor employees are welcome to participate in the contest but are not eligible to win cash prizes.
October 6, 2011 3:38
Here are some of the latest fraudulent attempts to get malware on your computer or reveal personal information. The perpetrators can be quite careful to make their emails look authentic to lure you in to taking some action. Be immediately suspicious of unsolicited emails asking you to click on a link to get a report, statement, or other document.
Notice from Federal Trade Commission (FTC) stating that a case is closed and reports accessed via a link.
Warning that the Federal government is considering a 1% tax on all banking transactions. The information is misleading (yes, a bill was introduced but is extremely unlikely to even get out of committee) and the email often contains a link that could put malware on your computer.
When you get an email that seems out of the norm, that is unsolicited or contains unfamiliar links, we recommend that you:
- Delete it immediately
- Never open it
- Never click on its links
- Never open its attachments
- Never reply or forward it