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Avoid Money Transfer App Scams

Friday, January 22, 2021

Scammers are always on the hunt for opportunities to steal your personal information by any means. Whether it's by phone, email, sweepstake giveaways, gift cards, or money transfer apps, they will find a way to try to steal from you. In today's climate, people are using money transfer apps and gift cards more than ever, and scammers are well aware of it.

Benefits of Switching to eStatements

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Still receiving your account statements in the mail? With mail theft on the rise, now may be a good time to switch to eStatements. Don’t risk your account statements being stolen or lost in the mail. Take steps to help protect your information and make it less tempting for scammers to steal your personal information. Switch to eStatements, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about.

Watch Out for These Holiday Scams

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

‘Tis the season of giving. The holidays are here, and we’re making our list and checking it twice. Most people are excited about the holiday season because it’s a time of sharing, celebrating, and giving to loved ones and the less fortunate. Unfortunately, in this season of giving, scammers don’t take a break. They’re especially busy trying to steal your personal information. They know people

Protecting Yourself from Unemployment Benefits Fraud

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Due to the pandemic, many Americans have lost their jobs and filed claims to receive unemployment benefits. Fraudsters are taking full advantage of the situation. They are continually trying to find new ways to steal personal information and use it for their benefit. With the rise in unemployment applicants, this presents an opportunity for fraudsters to take advantage of those who are trying

Control Your Cards with CardControl

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

It's been a long day already, and you need to stop by the store to pick up a few items for dinner. You get to the checkout to pay when you suddenly realize your card is missing from your wallet. You immediately go into panic mode because you can't remember where you placed your card or the last time you used it.

Avoiding Donation Scams

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

When a health crisis or natural disaster strikes our community or nation, people have a sincere desire to help those in need. Whether they donate money or volunteer their time, they want to make a difference in the lives of those who are suffering. Scammers know this, and they prey on people’s emotions and vulnerability to give. They use various tactics to trick victims into giving money or

What's the Difference Between Fraud Alert and Credit Freeze?

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Today, your personal information is exposed more than ever.  With identity theft and data breaches on the rise, it is important to know how to protect yourself. Identity thieves don’t discriminate, and anyone can fall victim to their deceptive schemes. However, there are proactive steps you can take to protect yourself from fraudulent activity.

What's Mobile Deposit?

Friday, June 19, 2020

Need to deposit a check, but don’t have time to make an extra trip to the bank? No need to worry. You can deposit it securely using Mobile Deposit from your AllSouth Mobile Banking app. With Mobile Deposit, you can deposit your check when it’s convenient for you. Here’s more information about Mobile Deposit.

Top 5 Favorite Features of Online and Mobile Banking

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

We want to help you check banking off your to-do list. Our recently updated Online and Mobile Banking platforms provide a convenient and secure way to get your banking done and to give you a better banking experience anytime, anywhere.

Don't Be Tricked by Phone Scams

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

"Hello Mr. Hampton, you've been selected to receive a special prize. Would you like to claim your prize today? It'll only take a few minutes." Does this sound familiar? We’ve all gotten some version of  a call with claims of prizes won or a warranty on our car is about to expire.