Yearning for a little bit of order in your life? When days are hectic and your brain is maxed out, having a tool that reminds you to pay your bills (or, pays your bills automatically) can be a huge relief.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced some good news for those who fell victim to scams involving wiring funds via Western Union: they can submit a claim by February 12, 2018 to get their money back.
Topics: Fraud & Identity Theft
Providing superior member value is the reason Logix exists. Value comes in many forms, and as another successful year comes to a close, I’d like to detail some of the plans in place to deliver superior member value in 2018.
If you don’t have a system in place for balancing your checking account, beyond mentally deducting each bill payment, please read on. There’s an easy and quick way of doing so in your Logix online banking account.
This is a test. Can you identify what's pictured in the image below?
Phishing attacks are always evolving and trying to force us into ignoring our own good sense. A common attack is the infamous technical support scam. Historically, this involved a phone call from someone claiming you need help with your computer, an email message that directed users to fake sites where malware was installed, or a fake tech support popup message requesting payment card numbers. While those are still common, Microsoft researchers have discovered a new play on this scam.
Traveling is the new luxury and experiences are being commodified and sold through pictures online. Whether you’re making six figures or just starting out, you should always create a budget for your travels. The budget is relative. It’s relative to what you earn and how much you spend in other areas of your life.
Paying people back for kindly spotting you at lunch couldn’t be easier these days. Person-to-person services (or P2P) offer a way to electronically pay the people you owe, so you don't have to find the nearest ATM to make a withdrawal or write a check or provide an IOU. There are several P2P options available, and we have one that lies just within your Web BillPay service.
As the holidays draw near, it becomes more common to hear about instances of mail theft, either in your neighborhood or on the news. Ordering gifts and mailing cards can become a stressful endeavor for both consumers and recipients of mail. If you’ve ever been a victim of mail theft, chances are you felt invaded and frustrated at the fact that it happened. Your time becomes personally impacted as you try and figure out who needs to be contacted regarding a missing or stolen package, and there’s also a worry that more than just consumer goods were taken – that identity theft may have occurred, if your personally identifiable information was also compromised during the mail theft incident.
If you’re someone who mails packages, gift cards, or orders goods online for delivery, here are a few mail theft prevention tips to consider.