The new chip debit card has an embedded microchip that provides an extra layer of security with every transaction.
The ABA Foundation yesterday formally launched its Safe Banking for Seniors program to help banks across the country educate seniors and their caregivers on the risks of financial fraud.
Click the above heading for Security tips and watch this video from OnGuardOnline.gov to learn how to foil a hacker:
Free Financial Fitness Kits are available online courtesy of the Oklahoma Society of CPAs. Make a commitment to learn more about your personal finances, which will help you make good financial decisions for you and for your family. Click below to view!
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