Paper statements, receipts and other documents scattered around the house are easy to misplace and create a storage and organization challenge. Additionally, they pose a much more serious threat of identity theft if they get into the hands of the wrong person. Transitioning to a paperless home office can help you clear clutter and protect your . . . → Read More: 10 Tips for Paperless Record-keeping
The Christmas wrappings are long-gone on the new electronic gadgets from Christmas. But, what do you do with the old gadgets?
If you’re disposing of old electronics, beware. Many devices today store information including cell phones, scanners, copiers, printers, computers, flash drives, external hard drives, routers and even cars! When you decide to dispose of these electronic . . . → Read More: New Year. New Gadgets.
Keep your personal identification number (PIN) PERSONAL. Memorize it. Don’t’ tell anyone your PIN or account number, and never loan anyone your card. Don’t write your PIN on your card or on anything else you carry with or near your card. It’s a personal identification number. Keep it Personal.
Here are ten other tips to help safeguard . . . → Read More: Keep it Personal
Credit and debit cards continue to be a popular method of payment for consumers. These types of payment offer a convenient way to make purchases in-store and online, but consumers also need to be aware of the risks involved. . . . → Read More: Protect Yourself Against Card Fraud
Using our Bill Payer service is easy. Put these tips to work for you to make Bill Payer work harder so you don’t have to. . . . → Read More: Common Tips on Bill Payer