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Ways to Safeguard your Personal Information: Review your monthly loan and checking account statements and online banking transactions regularly…
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Do you prefer boxers or briefs, do you believe in aliens, does pineapples belong on a pizza... Watertown Savings Bank would never ask you such…
Fraud schemes
Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts and calls from scammers pretending to be their bank. In fact, the Federal…

We will never ask you for...

Do you prefer boxers or briefs, do you believe in aliens, does pineapples belong on a pizza... Watertown Savings Bank would never ask you such random questions. We would also never ask for your SSN, account number, debit card number, to log into…

Can You Spot a Phishing Scam

Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts and calls from scammers pretending to be their bank. In fact, the Federal Trade Commission’s report on fraud estimates that American consumers lost a staggering $3.3 billion to…

New Text Message Malware

We would like to make you aware of a new malware called FluBot that is spreading through text messages on mobile phones. The text message asks the recipient to click on a link to track a missing package. Once a person clicks on the link provided in…

Top fraud schemes

We would like to caution our customers against common scams and fraud schemes. The following have been amongst the top 2020 scams that continue to be prevalent. Please be vigilant. Do not give away your personal and financial information by phone or…

Don't Fall Victim to Fraud

We have observed an increase in recent scams. We encourage everyone to be careful and vigilant so as to prevent financial loss, burden, heartache, and stress resulting from these fraud schemes. Oftentimes, you might not even know that you are being…

Beware of New Scams

Safeguarding your personal and financial information is crucial to preventing fraud. We would like to make you aware of new scams—some related to COVID-19—that have recently affected our communities. The scammers have targeted the elderly, those…

FTC Tips to Avoid Coronavirus Scams

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) continues its work to protect consumers and inform them of potential scams related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We wanted to share with you the latest information to keep you and your personal information safe.…

Economic Impact Payment

The federal government recently passed the CARES Act to support millions of people during these unprecedented times caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). This sweeping legislation offers financial assistance directly to individuals and families.  …

How to Avoid Scams related to the Economic Impact Payments

The IRS has issued warnings about Coronavirus-related scams related to the economic impact payments that many individuals and families are expected to receive.  The IRS urges taxpayers to be on the lookout for a surge of calls and email phishing…

Getting your Unemployment Benefits

Getting your Unemployment Benefits Unfortunately during these difficult times brought on by the coronavirus (COVID-19), you might find yourself suddenly unemployed. You along with many others may be applying for unemployment benefits. Please…

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