Monthly Archives: November 2011


The STAR²S Approach for Effective Sales Management

Guest post by Richard Tyson, CEObuilder Sales mismanagement syndrome is quite common. It generally occurs when the star salesperson is “promoted” to sales manager. This often involves retaining his or her) accounts while taking over sales management. At face value, this seems … Continue reading

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Help Utah Children by Donating Stuffed Animals

The little girl created a make-believe courtroom with teddy bears acting as judge, a jury and the accused: her father. The abused child had a difficult time communicating what had happened to her and how terrified it made her feel, … Continue reading

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FBI Warns of Online Shopping Scams

Chances are you’ll be doing at least some of your holiday shopping online this year. Heed these warnings from the FBI on online shopping scams to beware of: Online Auctions Some of the most common complaints received by the FBI … Continue reading

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How to Detect Fake Credit Cards

Most businesses accept credit cards as a common form of payment for goods or services without thinking twice about potential fraud. Unfortunately, given the faltering economy and the rise of technology, counterfeit, altered and forged cards are up a reported … Continue reading

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Join Us on Facebook

Do you have a Facebook account? If so, be sure to “like” the Bank of American Fork page for news, discussions, money tips and event information. If you come across an article on this blog that you’d like to share … Continue reading

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Go Local with Community Banks

As many of the nation’s consumers consider switching banks, Bank of American Fork is reminding them that now is a good time to join the “go local” movement by banking with  their local community bank. By doing so, consumers will … Continue reading

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Free Business Seminar: Effective Negotiation

CEObuilder Forum: The Art of Highly Effective Negotiation Presented Katie Liljenquist, assistant professor at BYU’s Marriott School of Management Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 Event details are as followed: 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon – Presentation 12 noon to 1 p.m. … Continue reading

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Bank of American Fork Wins 2011 Community Impact Award

Bank of American Fork was honored today with this year’s CRA Community Impact Award at the 2011 CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium in Baltimore. The national award recognizes only two financial institutions that have been instrumental in developing, implementing or … Continue reading

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Great News, Great Businesses

Have you heard the Great News? We have all the products, services and people to help make your business banking a breeze. But don’t take our word for it. Hear it from our customers. Affiliated Title Creminelli Fine Meats MiRanchito … Continue reading

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Read our Q3 Newsletter

Our November newsletter is hot off the press! Look for it in your November bank statements or get a sneak preview here. You’ll learn about: – New fraud protection tools for seniors – Earn Christmas cash by referring friends – … Continue reading

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