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Neighborhood Watch: How local banks get security right

Sense of community still a cornerstone in keeping customers safe Amid a string of headlines revealing security breaches among high-profile retailers, banks across the country are working to ensure that their customers’ private information remains private.  But with the impersonal … Continue reading

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My Card and the Target Breach

By Amy Falke If you used your credit or debit card at any Target store between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15, we recommend that you cancel and replace your card even if you have not seen any fraud yet. Target’s … Continue reading

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Phishing: Avoid getting hooked

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Protecting your finances

The simple truth is that most physically dangerous situations can be avoided by paying attention to what is going on around you—situational awareness. Always keep your eyes open and pay attention to what is going on. You have probably heard … Continue reading

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How to avoid phishing scams

Courtesy of American Bankers Association Phishing is a new twist on an old telemarketing scam, but uses email. These criminals send emails to millions of people hoping that even a few will give away valuable information. Consumer education is a … Continue reading

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Get smart about credit

 Today is Get Smart About Credit Day, and to help you know how to effectively use credit, we teamed up with American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s Get Smart About Credit program. Here are some credit Dos and Don’ts, courtesy of … Continue reading

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Is Your Business At Risk for Corporate Account Takeover?

​Courtesy of the American Bankers Association Corporate account takeover is a type of fraud where thieves steal business’ valid online banking credentials or hijack browser sessions to access a customer’s account.  Once the cyber thief gains access to an account, … Continue reading

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Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft

Guest post by Jilenne Gunther, MSW, JD, Utah Division of Aging & Adult Services  In today’s modern world, identity theft is a reality. Know the facts and how to protect yourself.  Some thieves want to steal your identity to profit … Continue reading

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What to Do When You’re a Victim of Fraud

Report fraud To report fraud or if you have any questions regarding fraudulent activity, please contact Bank of American Fork Customer Service at 1-800-815-BANK (2265) or visit a branch immediately. For lost or stolen credit cards, check cards or ATM … 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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