Jun 302020

Keeping Your Personal and Financial Information Secure

Posted on June 30, 2020 Uncategorized

  When it comes to making purchases with your debit or credit card, it’s easy – swipe or insert your card, enter your PIN (if you’re using a debit card), approve the transaction. However, making purchases online with your debit card is even easier, as popular e-commerce websites can save your card information to make buying online even easier. However, in 2019, debit card fraud rose over 10 percent in the United States, and even the most cautious consumers can be at risk if they aren’t careful.   When shopping offline, consumers should be on guard regarding “skimmers,” which are

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Jun 262020

Why Should You Apply for A Personal Loan

Posted on June 26, 2020 Uncategorized

    When it comes to borrowing money, people do so for a number of reasons, and because of this fact, you’ll find that there are a wide variety of loans that are tailored for a specific purpose; for instance, most financial institutions offer mortgage loans, home equity loans, auto loans, business loans, and more. However, personal loans can be used for a number of specific reasons, and can come in handy when you need an extra cash flow. While homeowners may be able to take advantage of home equity loans for such reasons, non-homeowners can look into personal loans

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Jun 172020

Planning Your Wedding – How to Save Money on Your Big Day

Posted on June 17, 2020 Uncategorized

  We’re deep into the wedding season, and all the love in the air may inspire you to pop the big question to your significant other, or to talk about the idea of getting married. However, before you get too excited, it’s important to consider the costs of hosting a wedding, and decide the kind of event you’ll host. According to a recent report from the popular wedding magazine and website The Knot, the average cost of a wedding in the U.S. runs close to $34,000 – and this includes the cost of an engagement ring. With that information, you

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Jun 132020

The Most Common COVID-19 Scams and How to Avoid Them

Posted on June 13, 2020 Blog, Blog, Blog, Blog, Group A, Group A, Group A, Group A

  Scammers and fraudsters have existed for a long time with the intent to harm unsuspecting people. During unprecedented times when people are vulnerable, such as when a natural disaster hits or a financial recession, there may be a higher chance of experiencing such scams and fraudulent activity. Right now, scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak to create scams that are related to the pandemic.   Here are some of the most common scams we’ve seen, and what you should do if you experience one:   An influx of robocalls:  Many people have received phone calls from scammers

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