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Blog Guarding Against Debit Credit Card Fraud

Guarding Against Debit & Credit Card Fraud

By: American Heritage
06.03.21
It’s no surprise the credit and debit cards are so popular. They’re simple, easy to use, and accepted almost everywhere. But this popularity has also made them a common target for thieves and fraudsters. In 2019 alone, more than 270,000 people fell victim to credit card fraud. The consequences can be serious, from financial loss to damage to your credit (not to mention the stress).
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Ask the Experts: The Kids-N-Hope Foundation

By: Holly Benedetto
05.27.21
In this new series, we take a look at the inner workings of the Credit Union and meet some of the champions who help our members in every facet of their financial lives. This month, we met up with experts Dorian Smith and Gina Pelbano, two leaders of the Kids-N-Hope Foundation's success, responsible for the creation and facilitation of fundraising events.
Blog Don't Forget These Financial Safety Tips for Travelers

Don’t Forget These Financial Safety Tips for Travelers

By: Holly Benedetto
05.20.21
You already know to protect your home while traveling, but there are still more precautions to take while on the go. Whether traveling domestically or abroad, your wallet and your smartphone are your lifeline. Defend them both with these key tips to help your trip go as smoothly as possible.
Boxes sitting unattended on a front porch

4 Tips to Protect Your Mail (for Travel and Every Day!)

By: Holly Benedetto
05.13.21
Mail theft is an issue that can leave you feeling blindsided, especially if the stolen mail contains sensitive information that puts your identity at risk. On top of that, stolen bills or statements can cause late payments or other financial headaches. Many people don’t think about protecting their mail until it’s too late, so take these proactive steps today!
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Just Graduated? These 7 Financial Tips Are For You

By: American Heritage
05.06.21
You’ve finally graduated from college and are ready to strike out on your own. Then it hits you: There are a lot of new financial responsibilities ahead. If you’re like most new grads, the thought of financial independence seems appealing on the surface, but if you’re not sure where to start, it can feel overwhelming fast. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to start out on the right foot.

 

 

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