Your new chip-enabled debit will be arriving in the mail this summer, and it’s important that you activate it quickly to avoid any inconvenience.
Connie Clarke says she never wins anything so she was thrilled to win an Apple Watch during a recent drawing for members who logged into our mobile app.
You’re going back to school and so is Family Trust. We have grants and planners for teachers, rewards for children who make good grades and scholarship opportunities.
Saving for college can be a daunting task, especially when you consider four years at even a state university could cost $180,000 or more in 18 years. But with hard work and discipline – and some savings tools – you can achieve your goal.
Attention debit point lovers! Now you can earn Debit awards points three times faster when you use Premier Choice Checking. You’ll earn one point for every $1 spent in a signature transaction, making it easier than ever to earn points for travel, gift cards and cash. As of Oct. 1, Debit awards will be exclusive to Premier Choice and will not accrue for other checking accounts.
You’ve been there: you’re in the grocery store and need to transfer money to cover the bill. Or your son calls from college asking for a few bucks to cover the rent. Rather than visit a branch or an ATM, you can easily and securely transfer it with the Family Trust mobile banking app without a fee.
We’ll have many significant changes this summer, but the new Debit cards – sometimes called an EMV card – will require more action on your part since we’ve made an important decision to give you a new card number, PIN, expiration date and security code.
The Arts Council of York County presented its Business and the Arts Award to Family Trust for art commissioned from Winthrop University students for the Family Trust Center in downtown Rock Hill.
Summer’s a great time to renew and refresh, and we’ve done just that with our Premier Choice Checking account. It’s better than ever with changes that include loan discounts, robust Debit awards, and to non-Family Trust ATMs.
Cyber criminals will use whatever they can think of to get your online banking credentials and other information to sell on the dark web. Learn ways they use social media and how to protect your information.