On Thursday, September 7, Equifax announced a cybersecurity incident involving consumer information. In an effort to help consumers determine if their information has potentially been impacted, they have established a dedicated website, www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. Please review your account records carefully and promptly report any unauthorized activity.
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posted on 7/28/2015
In today's digital age, passwords are essential to our everyday life. Whether its logging into our email at work or logging into our online banking at home, passwords are necessary for us to be able to access our private information securely. This dependency on passwords may explain why we get so upset when we can't remember them. So move over road rage because password rage is the new frustration that is causing us to pull our hair out.
posted on 7/22/2015
If you are a victim of identity theft, take the following steps as soon as possible, and keep a record with the details of your conversations and copies of all correspondence.
posted on 7/1/2015
Cyber crime is a growing problem that's not confined to technology companies and large corporations. The risks are very real for all businesses.
posted on 4/27/2015
Fraudsters are now pretending to be from credit/debit card companies' fraud departments, hoping to trick individuals into giving away their credit card security code. Be sure to be able to recognize what to look for when receiving these calls to keep your information secure.
posted on 4/14/2015
With hackers constantly trying to prey on unprotected Internet users everywhere, online security is a concern on everyone's mind.
posted on 7/30/2014
Do you give your kids an allowance? Providing an allowance for your kids can be a great way to teach them money management skills as well as save you money. By giving your kids a set amount of money, you no longer have to constantly pay for small things they want. That doesn't mean you can't do this on occasion when your budget allows, but most of the time their allowance can purchase their wants, helping you keep your family on a budget.
In the modern digital and social world we live in, protecting yourself against identity theft is harder than ever. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself and lower the financial impact of fraud. At Lincoln Savings Bank, we understand the seriousness of identity theft threats, and we want to keep you informed on what you can do, since identity theft is usually discovered by the consumer first. Read on to find out how to protect yourself and your hard-earned money.
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