Identity Theft & Online Safety

Financial Fraud: A Guide to Protecting All Your Finances

Technology has increasingly become the main platform for everything from communication to shopping. You can now buy groceries without leaving the comfort of your home or purchase goods with same-day delivery. Unfortunately, the growth of our … [Read more...]

Mobile Banking Apps: Easier Money Management

With the touch of a button, your smartphone or tablet transforms into anything from a photo album or TV to a music player or health monitor. We live in a busy, online world and you have the universe at your fingertips -- you just have to know how to … [Read more...]

Safe Online Banking: For You & Your Money

From 24/7 account access to quick and easy bill paying, online banking offers members a convenient way to handle their finances. However, the rise of technology also brings an increase in potential hackers, scams, and fraud cases. Whether you're … [Read more...]

How To Avoid Getting Scammed When Selling Online

The sun is shining, the weather is warmer and you may be ready to tackle spring cleaning.  Before you toss those boxes of old toys, electronics, or furniture, you might consider selling them online. Online classified sites can be a fantastic way to … [Read more...]

Protect Yourself from Debit Card Fraud

For many people, debit cards are the perfect plastic. They offer most of the conveniences of credit cards with no risk of accumulating debt. They are a great tool for people who are trying to control their spending and stick to a budget. But like … [Read more...]

Don’t Be “April Fooled” By Tax Identity Theft and Scams

April Fools pranks aren’t the only thing you might be at risk for this month. After reviewing the IRS's Dirty Dozen list, we’re sharing the Top 5 ways you can be ‘fooled’ by tax identity theft and tax scams. With tax returns due in the next two … [Read more...]

Children are Victims of Identity Theft Too

We've discussed the issue of identity theft on our blog previously, but today we're looking at victims of identity theft that you may not realize are a threat, your children. In one of the largest reports on child ID theft, Carnegie Mellon's Cylab … [Read more...]

5 Common Fraud Schemes

UPDATE: In the past week, police have been investigating the use of credit card/ATM skimmers at a banking location in Lebanon County.  Several months ago our IT Manager, Matt Steffy provided information on common fraud schemes that cyber criminals … [Read more...]

Say Hello to Chip-Based Credit Cards!

In her “What to Expect in 2015” blog post, our CEO, Abby Kiebach, eluded to upcoming changes in personal security in the credit union industry, including the introduction of chip-based credit cards.  Formally called EMV (Europay, MasterCard, Visa) … [Read more...]

You Can Help to Stop the Data Breaches!

My favorite thing about being part of the credit union community is the way that credit unions band to together to create awareness of issues concerning our members. In the past, we've reached out to Congress to fight for credit unions to keep their … [Read more...]

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