Some scams go right for your money; others try to get you to part with personal information – like account numbers, Social Security numbers, passwords, and personal identification numbers (PINs). Find out what you should look for and how to protect yourself.
It’s easier than ever to access your money from your mobile phone. Make sure you’re keeping your money safe with these mobile banking security tips from Summit.
Where you bank may seem like a small decision (they’re all more or less the same right?) but actually, choosing the right financial partner can have a big impact on your overall financial wellbeing by giving you access to better services, lower loan interest rates and possibly even more money. Plus, when you choose Summit it’s not that difficult to switch.
Phishing attacks are when a fraudster poses as a legitimate company and tricks the recipient of an email to reveal personal information. The number of attacks has exploded in recent years and here’s a not-so-fun fact: in 2004 there were 1,609 phishing attacks a month and in the last quarter of 2016 this had jumped to 92,564 attacks a month (which is an increase of 5,753%!1 )
What if you knew how much money you were spending and saving—not just once in a while, but every day?
How would your life be different if you knew exactly how much you owed and how much money you had? Would you make better decisions if you knew exactly when money was coming in and going out? Would you have a better shot at achieving your financial goals?
With Summit Credit Union’s handy mobile app.
Haven’t we all been here? On that great road trip, ready for lazy, crazy fun, zipping down the freeway when we suddenly realize…