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The American Legion Auxiliary held their 2016 annual convention in Coralville July 15-17.  Patti Rolf, Unit #88 President was in attendance and received the following program awards:

  • Iowa Member of the Year - 2nd Place
  • Legislative:  1st Place - Best Overall
  • Legislative:  President's Award of Excellence
  • Americanism:  Certificate of Appreciation

Congratulations, Patti, on these wonderful awards and thank you for your hard work and dedication to community activities!!

Travel Tips

  • Give us a quick call to let us know that you're going out of town.  Some states and foreign countries have "blocks" due to high instances of fraud.  By letting us know your travel plans, we can make sure your card doesn't get declined in these areas. 
  • Clean out your wallet and only take what you need.
  • Find out the daily withdrawal limit and request to have it increased while on your trip.
  • Be mindufl of your personal security when accessing an ATM.
  • Monitor your account frequently.  Use the Shazam Bolt mobile app and receive alerts to potential fraud on your smartphone or tablet. 
  • Use the Century Bank mobile app to help monitor accounts and transfer funds if needed.
  • Report a lost or stolen card immediately.  Make sure to have Bank numbers and Debit Card "lost or stolen" numbers with you in a safe place, should emergencies arise. 

Adventureland Tickets Now Available!

Century Bank has Adventureland tickets available at reduced prices! 

Banclub Members - $30.50 (including tax)
Non-Banclub Members - $35.50 (including tax)
Kids 3 and under are free.

Adventureland tickets are regularly $42.00

Scam Prevention

Scammers can fake caller ID info


Your phone rings. You recognize the number, but when you pick up, it’s someone else. What’s the deal?

Scammers are using fake caller ID information to trick you into thinking they are someone local, someone you trust – like a government agency or police department, or a company you do business with – like your bank or cable provider. The practice is called caller ID spoofing, and scammers don’t care whose phone number they use. One scammer recently used the phone number of an FTC employee.

Don’t rely on caller ID to verify who’s calling. It can be nearly impossible to tell whether the caller ID information is real. Here are a few tips for handling these calls:

  • If you get a strange call from the government, hang up. If you want to check it out, visit the official (.gov) website for contact information. Government employees won’t call out of the blue to demand money or account information.
  • Don’t give out — or confirm — your personal or financial information to someone who calls.
  • Don’t wire money or send money using a reloadable card. In fact, never pay someone who calls out of the blue, even if the name or number on the caller ID looks legit.
  • Feeling pressured to act immediately? Hang up. That’s a sure sign of a scam.

Want more tips for avoiding scams? Check out 10 Ways to Avoid Fraud.

If you’ve received a call from a scammer, with or without fake caller ID information, report it to the FTC and the FCC.


Official-sounding calls about an email hack


There’s a new twist on tech-support scams — you know, the one where crooks try to get access to your computer or sensitive information by offering to “fix” a computer problem that doesn’t actually exist. Lately, we’ve heard reports that people are getting calls from someone claiming to be from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. Their claim? That your email account has been hacked and is sending fraudulent messages. They say they’ll have to take legal action against you, unless you let them fix the problem right away.

If you raise questions, the scammers turn up the pressure – but they’ve also given out phone numbers of actual Federal Trade Commission staff (who have been surprised to get calls). The scammers also have sent people to the actual website for the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. (It’s a real thing: it’s an organization that helps governments work together on cross-border privacy cooperation.)

Here are few things to remember if you get any kind of tech-support call, no matter who they say they are:

  • Don’t give control of your computer to anyone who calls you offering to “fix” your computer.
  • Never give out or confirm your financial or sensitive information to anyone who contacts you.
  • Getting pressure to act immediately? That’s a sure sign of a scam. Hang up.
  • If you have concerns, contact your security software company directly. Use contact information you know is right, not what the caller gives you.

Read on to learn more about tech-support scams and government imposter scams. And, if you spot a scam, tell the FTC.

Shazam Bolt$ Mobile App





With the Shazam Bolt$ mobile app you'll enjoy the convenience of mobile and the flexibility to manage your accounts wherever the road takes you.  The app is enhanced with an ATM location feature.  In addition, Shazam Bolt$ provides fraud protection for your peace of mind; you can receive fraud alerts and check your account balance anywhere, anytime.  With Shazam's new Transaction Control feature you can temporarily block and unblock your debit card.  This helps with fraud prevention!

Download Shazam Bolt$ mobile app today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. 


CyberSecurity Awareness - For Information and Tips, Please Use the Following Links

CyberSecurity While Traveling

CyberSecurity Planning Guide for Business


Mobile Security 


Social Media Guide


Small Business CyberSecurity

M.A.Y. Mentoring Program

Jersey Day

Business across Iowa are asking their employees to put on their favorite team jersey on Friday, October 16th, to show support of the M.A.Y. Mentoring Program as part of the 2015 Coaches Mentoring Challenge.

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