Open the Door to These Conversion Ideas

Moving into your dream home doesn't guarantee you won't one day get the itch. You know the one — it starts with a light tingly sensation and only fades after you browse virtual open houses for several hours (or longer). Okay, back up.

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Pay It Safe with Zelle®


Zelle® is a great way to send money to friends, family and others you trust, right from your phone! With Zelle®, money moves directly from your bank account to another person's bank account, typically arriving in minutes*.

We know getting money to friends and family quickly and safely is important, so we've provided some friendly reminders on how to "pay it safe" when you're sending money with Zelle®.

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Online Banking Tips: How to Change Your Debit or Credit Card PIN

This article addresses how to change your PIN in Online Banking. If you’d like to learn how to change your PIN in the Mobile App, please click here.

Our Online Banking service is an easy way to manage your accounts, pay bills and much more. When you can’t make it to a branch, Logix offers the option to change your PIN for any active Debit Cards, Platinum Mastercard and Platinum Rewards Mastercard from the comfort of home. 

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Protect Yourself When Paying P2P

"Sorry, I don't have any cash. Can you spot me, man?" is so early 2000's.

With the introduction of peer-to-peer (P2P) payments, friends and family can no longer use the excuse of being cashless to avoid repaying borrowed funds or receiving goods without paying for them in full. Logix members use P2P payment apps like Venmo, Paypal, and Zelle®, which allow users to send and receive cash instantly using their linked bank accounts.

But whenever money changes hands, you can be sure a scammer is hoping to get in on the action. So, stay alert to the below crazy schemes designed to steal money from any of your preferred payment platforms or methods.

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Five Reasons to Use HELOC Funds

If your home is worth more than the total mortgage balance plus any property liens - congratulations! You have what those in the real estate game call "equity". Bust out the confetti cannons because the good news keeps on coming. Homeowners can borrow against their equity using a home equity line of credit (HELOC) to achieve a variety of financial goals.

Similar to a credit card, HELOCs come with a pre-set credit limit you can borrow against whenever you need the funds. But unlike credit cards, HELOCs use your home as collateral. This helps reduce the cost of borrowing and could mean higher credit limits. However, not all HELOC spending is created equal.

Here are some ways to use HELOC funds to improve your financial standing and your lifestyle.

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