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We're committed to helping you afford the home of your dreams. Our loan officers will work tirelessly to provide the financing option that best meets your needs.
The right checking for your everyday money and savings options for your long-term goals. With easy-to-use online tools and mobile apps too.
You need to devote your energies to the health and growth of your business. We'll help with the financial resources and tools to fuel it.
You work hard to accumulate wealth for your family's needs. We'll help you with retirement and sharing it with loved ones or a favorite charity.
Our mission is helping our communities thrive through our time, effort, financial resources, and making our customers our top priority.
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After 10 years, support for Windows 7 is coming to an end on January 14, 2020. If you currently operate on a Windows 7 unit, your computer will still function, but Microsoft will no longer provide important tasks such as technical support, software update or security fixes.
For more information on how to keep your computer safe, check out the Microsoft website.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) scam is the number one scam reported to the FTC right now.
As soon as a caller threatens you, or demands you pay them with a gift card or by wiring money. It's a scam. Even if the caller ID tells you otherwise.
Gift cards are one quick way to get through your last-minute holiday shopping list. But before you give (and get) gift cards, here are a few things you need to know.
When shopping online during the holiday season-or any time of year-always be wary of deals that seem too good to be true, and do your part to avoid becoming a scammer's next victim.
Your personal information is valuable. That's why hackers try to steal it. This year, for National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we've got tips to help you keep your personal information from ending up in the hands of a hacker.
Have you recently participated in the following events?
If so, you may be the target of a counterfeit cashier's check! Please stay alert to these threats. Contact your local police agency as soon as possible for further investigation and assistance.
To everyone who hangs up on unwanted calls, learns about the latest scams, and checks with friends about suspicious offers: good news! People who did all those things were less likely to lose money to a scam than people who didn't...
The FBI's Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Internet Challenge, which had record participation in 2018-2019, is reopening for the start of the new school year to help students navigate the web securely.
We're seeing a new spin on gift card scams. This time, scammers are pretending to be a pastor, rabbi, priest, imam, or bishop. They're asking worshipers for gift card contributions for a worthy cause. Appeals are often made by email, but we've heard people are also getting texts and phone calls, too.
We secure our valuables - our wallets, keys, and homes. We know that, if left unsecured, they can easily be a target for criminals. So it makes sense to think the same way about the information stored on all our devices.
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