Your new Mastercard offers a variety of free benefits, including Identity Theft Protection. With fraud and scams on the rise, protecting your personal information is more important than ever. Here is how Identity Theft Protection from Mastercard works: Protect It defends your personal information and secures your digital privacy via an online monitoring
“Can I see your ID?” This is a common question at a bank, even if you visit that branch often or have your account information on hand. Why do we need to see your driver’s license, passport or other forms of government-issued ID? It proves that you are really you! By matching an
Stay updated. Installing updates when they are available helps protect you against bugs and other problems. Next time your phone, computer, app or program offers an update, select ‘yes’ instead of ‘no’ or ‘remind me later.’ Use strong passwords. Weak passwords make you susceptible to hackers and identity theft. Keep your data safe by creating unique passwords
Are debit cards safer than cash? Can you use a debit card when shopping online? Using your debit card is more secure than you might think! Debit cards are safer to carry than cash. If you accidentally drop your cash or lose your wallet, your money is gone. There is no way to
Coach: Workplace Cybersecurity HOW IT WORKS Interacting with technology at work is almost impossible to avoid. Do you know how to keep safe from the threats of malware, hackers, and scammers? It only takes one little slip-up to cause a big problem. This Coach session works like a training session, quizzing and improving four areas within your personal
Each year, millions of seniors fall victim to financial fraud or schemes. However, it is estimated that only one in 44 senior scam victims report their victimization. Fraudsters use many tactics to scam, but there are also many red flags to watch out for. RED FLAGS If it sounds too good to
We take your privacy seriously, and we’re constantly working to protect you from criminal activity. It has come to our attention that fraudsters are impersonating First Southern National Bank by phone, stating the customer needs to take action to prevent account lockout. The fraudsters are using a form of Caller ID spoofing to
The sooner you teach your children the basics about budgeting, the better, and the three jar money system is a great way to get started. Kids and Money To learn how to manage money in the three jar system, kids need some money to manage. How they get that money can vary.
It's crucial for your family to know the basics of financial literacy, but how do you approach teaching them? Luckily, you're making financial decisions every day — so let your kids in on the conversation. WHAT IS FINANCIAL LITERACY? Financial literacy includes many different financial skills and concepts; to be financially literate
Coach: Earning Extra Income HOW IT WORKS When it comes to earning extra income, you’ve got options—and those options have options! In this Coach session, walk through the ins and outs of extra income, including expenses and tax implications. To begin the Coach session, select Get Started. Next, follow along, answer questions, and provide information when asked.
Consider these 7 tips to avoid being the subject of fraudulent activity related to the Child Tax Credit. As monthly child tax credit payments have begun, so have scammers' attempts to use the payments as a way to fraudulently steal money or personal information from families. BE WARY OF CONTACTS Be wary
Person-to-person payment apps are convenient, and usage continues to grow. However, there has also been an increase in fraud and scams. Here's what you need to know. You meet a friend for dinner and split an appetizer. You get a babysitter for the evening but don’t have cash on hand to pay them.