This year, the Family Trust Charity Golf Tournament celebrates its eleventh year! With that in mind, we are hoping to make it our biggest year of giving yet. We encourage members, community partners, and the public to participate by sponsoring, donating, or playing in the tournament.
Saving money doesn’t always have to be hard work. Effortlessly increase your funds by depositing money in a savings account from each paycheck or monetary gift you receive. In exchange for opening an account and giving the financial institution money, your savings will be increased by a certain percentage every year.
You’re locked out of your bank account. Yep. You know you’ve done it numerous times. You have three tries and you just cannot remember that password. Let’s face it. You have a million, or even trillion passwords.
Family Trust is excited to announce a partnership with My Ride, Rock Hill’s new free public bus system. The first route kicked off on June 10 and starting July 1 there will be four bus routes running through the city. The routes can be found on the My Ride website.
Simple, Straightforward, Designed to Fit your Budget. Family Trust is excited to partner with TruStage to offer insurance to its members. We understand that things happen and we want you to be prepared for every situation.
To avoid identity theft and account hacking, be wary of the information you share — and not just online. You must also be careful about what you share over the telephone. Here are several examples of online and phone scams with reminders of what you shouldn’t share online.
Save time and trips to a branch or ATM when you deposit checks using the Family Trust app and the camera on your smartphone or tablet. Just tap, snap, and deposit! Deposit your checks anytime and anywhere – when it’s convenient for you.
Unexpected events can take a toll on your financial security. While you can’t predict what experiences, you will encounter in life, there are steps you can take to prepare for the unexpected. A job loss or an expensive car payment will be much more manageable if you’ve created a financial security net to fall back on.
It’s not great news for mobile device users. Overall, attacks on mobile devices nearly doubled, from 66.4 million in 2017 to 116.5 million by the end of 2018. Even more disturbing is the huge jump in banking malware attacks involving Android mobile users–up almost 300% since 2017. This jump alone involved 1.8 million Android mobile banking users attacked last year.
Keeping children safe online can be a challenge. The apps kids download, or sideload (for free) from sites outside of the official app stores can unfortunately put them in danger. Hackers and other nefarious actors look to take advantage of children who are not aware of the personal information an app can request for download.