No one wants to find themselves in a sticky financial situation. Emergency funds are important, and you need to know how much you should be saving for those rough financial patches.
These tips are meant to make you aware that although rare, ATM crime can happen. Preventing such a crime must be a cooperative effort between you and your bank.
Losing your wallet or purse is one of life’s biggest disruptions, and time is of the essence in protecting your bank account and identity from fraud. You should act within 24 hours.
If someone you know wants to pay you by check but wants you to wire some of the money back, beware! It’s a scam that could cost you thousands of dollars.
Identity theft is a crime in which an impostor obtains key pieces of information, such as a social security or drivers license number to obtain credit, merchandise, and services in the name of the victim.
No matter where you might be going, it is extremely important that if you leave town for a significant amount of time, you inform your bank.