The fake “Microsoft” technician scam is back again and is being used to steal personal and financial information. Watch our video to hear from Mariah on how the scam works and how to protect yourself.
Student loan debt has become a hot topic, and with good reason. In 2006, U.S. student loan debt hovered around $600 billion; today, that number has skyrocketed to $1.3 trillion. Whether you've just graduated or haven't yet taken on any debt, there are strategies you can use to make your student loan story a success story.
New rules under the Bank Secrecy Act went into effect on May 11, 2018 to aid the government in the fight against crimes to evade financial measures designed to combat terrorism and other national security threats.
New card? No problem. Saving your card number with billers and merchants makes paying quicker and easier. But when your card number or other payment info changes and your card is re-issued, it can be a hassle to update it. Bank of Prairie du Sac can help make updating your payment info a whole lot simpler.
Sensitive personal information of 143 million American consumers was exposed in a data breach at Equifax. Here are some steps to take to help protect yourself after a data breach.
Beginning on Friday, September 15, 2017, the times when certain electronic debit payments are applied to your account will change. This does not include debit card payments or ATM transactions.
Are you ready for your first checking account? Do you plan to attend college after high school? We offer convenient services so you can bank with us wherever your future takes you.
This year, Bank of Prairie du Sac is celebrating 100 years of service to the Sauk Prairie community. With this milestone, it is important to remember where we started.
Did you know you can elect to receive your tax refund via direct deposit? This is a convenient, fast and safe way to get your money back from Uncle Sam.
As with all financial transactions, please exercise discretion and be careful when using an ATM to ensure your safety.
If you're wondering what that new chip is on your credit or debit card, you are not alone. It is a tiny piece of technology called an EMV chip that will make a big difference in card security.
With confirmed cases of ATM skimming on the rise, it's more important than ever that consumers know how to protect themselves from this fraud technique.