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Consumers often seek help from their bank or the FDIC with questions relating to their bank accounts. Do I have to provide personal information if I use the FDIC’s online deposit insurance calculator to find out if my deposits are … Continue reading
There is plenty of information available to consumers to help avoid being a fraud or theft victim. “But some people complain that there is too much to remember and that being vigilant can be a daunting task,” said Millie Spencer, … Continue reading
Have you ever unearthed a forgotten gift card from the stacks on your desk, or maybe even found a $20 bill on the street? Thousands of Wisconsinites have lost track of funds that they once owned. In most cases, the … Continue reading
The following is reprinted from FDIC Consumer News, Summer 2012. Many consumers use debit, credit and prepaid cards, often interchangeably, to purchase goods and services. However, these three types of cards are quite different. Consider the following. Each card works differently. … Continue reading
Consumers often wonder about whether or how to add someone else, usually a relative, to a bank account. These decisions are not to be taken lightly. Union State Bank cannot advise you how to share your money or your accounts, but … Continue reading