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The Grandparent Scam

The Grandparent Scam

You get a phone call or email from a loved one claiming there’s an emergency and asking you to send money immediately.  Out of fear and panic, you wire the money only to find out the person on the other line wasn’t your family or friend but a criminal that scammed you. It’s called the “Grandparent Scam” and it’s a growing crime.  Read more on our blog!

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Prevent Fraud this Holiday Season

Prevent Fraud this Holiday Season

More and more holiday shoppers are expected to research gift ideas and make purchases online. This growing phenomenon is leaving shoppers vulnerable to fraud now more than ever.

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Attention!! Attention!!

Attention!!  Attention!!

Featuring Guest Blogger:
Ginny Harshbarger, Senior Vice President
Information Technology Director

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SHRED Identity Theft at NebraskaLand Bank

SHRED Identity Theft at NebraskaLand Bank

As we prepare for our annual Community Shred Day, the dangers of identity theft are heavy on our minds.  Our Shred Day event is the perfect opportunity to remind the members of our community how they can protect themselves from becoming a victim of fraud and/or theft. 

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Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week

Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week

As tax season begins, the risk of identity theft rises. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) wants to educate consumers during Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week, about the dangers they may face when filing taxes.


 

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Home Depot Confirms Data Breach Affecting Millions

Home Depot Confirms Data Breach Affecting Millions

Protect your personal information from harm.

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Stay Safe, Secure and Protected

Stay Safe, Secure and Protected

Identity theft occurs every day, not just in the movies. The retail store, Target, just experienced one of the largest security breaches in history. Learn how to protect yourself from fraud and identity theft and also what to do if your information is compromised.

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