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How to Send Money with Zelle® Safely

How to Send Money with Zelle® Safely

Located conveniently in your NebraskaLand Bank app, Zelle® enables you to send and receive money with friends and family, wherever they bank in the U.S. Follow these easy tips to use Zelle® safely:

1. Only send money to those you know and trust

2. Beware of payment scams

3. Treat Zelle® like cash

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WHAT ARE SCAMS?

WHAT ARE SCAMS?

Scams are everywhere as criminals try to cash in by stealing money or valuable personal information from victims. And given our modern reliance on technologies like smartphones and the internet, if you haven’t been a victim of a scam, you’ve likely been targeted by one.

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DISRUPTING THE FLOW OF TODAY’S INTERCONNECTED CYBERTHREATS

DISRUPTING THE FLOW OF TODAY’S INTERCONNECTED CYBERTHREATS

Recognizing the tactics used by attackers and understanding how they work together can help us avoid them. Cybercriminals use several tactics to access your personal and business data. Increasingly, they’re layering these tactics so one attack strengthens the next.

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Understanding Social Engineering

Understanding Social Engineering

With our reliance on technology, it is important to keep yourself informed to avoid falling victim of fraud. Chances are you have already been a target of a cybercriminal or fraudster.  One common type of fraud is referred to as Social Engineering.  Social engineering is a technique used to manipulate a victim into disclosing information or taking a specific action. Fraudsters will communicate with an intended target by saying they are from a trusted organization or financial institution.  They may even impersonate someone the target knows.

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Summer Newsletter 2022

Summer Newsletter 2022

In our Message from Mike, Mike dives into economic happenings as well as his predictions for what things will look like in the near future.

Hear about our May Shred Day and the organization we were able to support. 

Learn how you can utilize your mobile app to it's fullest.

Have you heart about P2P Payments? Learn what they are and how to use them safely. 

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Customer Appreciation Celebration

Customer Appreciation Celebration

Commerce Bank of Wyoming will host a Customer Appreciation Celebration on Thursday, July 14 from 11:00am to 1:30pm.  This event will be held at 1575 Dewar Drive, in Rock Springs.  Customers and community members can stop by to have a free lunch, and to visit with employees of the branch.

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OPENING A NEW BANK ACCOUNT

OPENING A NEW BANK ACCOUNT

Opening a new bank account is not something you do every day. So, who do you talk to? What do you bring? What questions do you ask? Banking shouldn't be a scary process. At Commerce Bank of Wyoming, we want to provide you with the answers you are looking for so the next time you think about opening a new bank account; you’ll walk in like a pro.

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Comm(unity) Shred Day

Comm(unity) Shred Day

Save the date and bring your shred for our Community Shred Day, Tuesday, May 10, 2022 from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. This event offers shredding services for personal documents such as bills, banking statements, credit card offers, and more. We will be serving hotdogs for lunch, along with collecting a free will donation for Ray Lovato Recycling Center.

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Spring Quarterly Newsletter 2022

Spring Quarterly Newsletter 2022

In our "Message from Mike" he explains thoughts on interest rates and the future.

Employees donate to Hospice of Sweetwater County through the My Fair Share program.

Did you know that your identity is in the mail? Sign up for estatements today!

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My Fair Share

My Fair Share

CBWY employees can be found volunteering at a variety of events throughout the year; after all, we take great pride in our volunteerism.  Not only are the employees of CBWY generous with their time, but they also give back to the community monetarily through the “My Fair Share Program”.

 “My Fair Share” program was born from our culture and the commitment to do our part to make the places we live one that we can be proud of.

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