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The holiday shopping season is in full swing! Are you ready? Do you still have lots of shopping to do? Have you already shopped on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, or all three? Chances are that many of us still have plenty of shopping left to do before Christmas and that will be inter-mingled with work and family gatherings as well as travel both short and long trips.
In the middle of all of this activity, it’s very important to keep track of your holiday spending habits especially when shopping online and travelling over the holidays. Doing so will help protect your money and reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions occurring.
Following these guidelines can make your holiday shopping and travel more financially secure:
Remember that you are the best defense against online shopping fraud! If you suspect that you have been scammed please call MutualBank Customer Support at 800-382-8031. Also please report any online fraud to the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Have a safe and happy holiday season from MutualBank, helping you live a better life!
This post is written by John Mickle, Risk Management and Compliance at MutualBank
Someone I know well told me that I was a rather odd duck, both very philosophical yet entertained by some of the most mundane and simple of things (read sophomoric humor!). It is with that premise that I ruminate on the whole season of Thanksgiving. While some of the auspices of how it started may be left to the historian to argue, it does seem to me that we now have a holiday whose sole purpose is to cause us to reflect for a moment on those things for which we are truly thankful.
I have also noticed many Facebook friends are taking this period of time to express their thankfulness for various things each day apparently culminating in the holiday itself. While I am certainly glad for this, what strikes me is the fact that we have to create a holiday to remind us to be thankful. And so it is that I commit to a new resolution long before the New Year (a whole month!) to pause whenever I can and be in a state of thankfulness as often as possible.
So with that beginning, let me launch into the many things for which I am thankful.
That’s my list; I hope that as we conclude the year that you take a moment to write down yours. When we approach things with an optimistic and thankful attitude, we find that the world is indeed slightly more positive and certainly more appreciative. I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving and way in advance, a very Happy New Year!