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Our mission is helping our communities thrive through our time, effort, financial resources, and making our customers our top priority.
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The Fiscal Service and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have been working collaboratively to increase direct deposit for the upcoming 2016 tax filing season. Click here to download a PDF article.
The Internal Revenue Service has created a list of tax scams with a warning to taxpayers about aggressive telephone scams continuing coast-to-coast during the early weeks of this year's filing season. Read more HERE.
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Town Hall Meeting including Lou Morse, Financial Literacy Expert with Bank of Ann Arbor. Click HERE for a PDF download.
by Aditi Jhaveri
Consumer Education Specialist, FTC
Pop quiz: If someone calls you asking for your bank account number, should you give it to them?
Answer: Never. Hang up - it's a scam.
We've heard about different kinds of imposter scams on the rise. In one scenario, scammers call, pretending to work for Medicare. They say they need to verify your bank account number - and it might sound convincing. In truth, it's a trick to steal your money.
Click here for some best practices that you can follow to protect your tax and financial information.
The theft of your identity, especially personal information such as your name, Social Security number, address and children's names, can be traumatic and
frustrating. In this online era, it's important to always be on guard.
"Update your account now." "You just won a cruise!" "The IRS has a refund waiting for you."
Learn what you can do with this information from the IRS, state revenue departments and the tax industry.
BONUS TIP: Never use an insecure public Wi-Fi to shop with your credit card. Only shop with a secure connection at home.
Whenever someone asks for your bank account number or your Medicare number, stop. Only give personal or financial information when you have verified who you're talking to. Call 1-800-MEDICARE to make sure you're talking to a legitimate representative.
Rachel and her cohorts - Anne, Tiffany, Michael, Heather and others - from "Card Services" have been annoying people for years with their illegal robocalls. And the FTC is working hard to stop them - both bringing cases and hosting competitions to develop robocall-blocking technology. So, what's the deal with these calls, and why won't they stop? We've got answers to your top 3 questions.
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Read the lead article here to learn more. The article will be the first one listed among a list of other security articles you may be interested in.
Security is Everyone's Responsibility.
Click here to visit the FBI website to learn more about National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
The FDIC has created this
webpage to inform and warn consumers about a type of fraud called "phishing." The term "phishing" -
as in fishing for confidential information - refers to a scam that encompasses fraudulently obtaining and using an individual's
personal or financial information.
Click here to visit the FDIC website and read how it works.
Bank of Ann Arbor has confirmed that all of our online banking systems have been tested and are not vulnerable to the security
vulnerability called "Heartbleed." You may continue to use them with confidence. You are always welcome to change your
password which would add an additional layer of protection. If you would like to learn more about this security issue, visit a
website, Heartbleed.com that has been set up by one of the firms who
discovered the bug.
Email claiming to be from the "Energy Billing System" that your latest bill is available online and can be viewed with just one
click. Of course the amount is sky-high so they want you to prevent a negative consequence.
Phishing email supposedly from Microsoft and you need to click a one-time automatic verification so that your account will not be
suspended. STOP - LOOK - THINK before you click.
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