It’s more convenient than ever to access your Family Trust accounts on your iPhone or iPad with digital banking. With a 4.8 rating in the Apple App Store, our mobile banking app continues to make improvements and offer an easy digital banking platform.
Letting us know when you’re traveling makes sure you have access to your debit and credit cards while on the road. This summer, there’s a new way to inform us of your travel plans. Instead of the previous web form, you now can use the secure messaging center in digital banking.
On Tuesday April 23rd, over 250 members, guests, and employees gathered at the First Baptist Church in Rock Hill to celebrate Family Trust’s 62nd Annual Meeting.
Flying those friendly skies may not be as friendly if you use free airport Wi-Fi. An increase in e-ticket hacking has many unsuspecting travelers wondering what went wrong with their plans.
Do you track your purchases? It may be a bit alarming to see how much they add up to, but it’s an important habit to develop. With a checking account, you have an official record of every purchase you make using funds from that account, as well as money you receive and deposit.
Come out for Shred Day on April 26 at Domtar’s campus in Kingsley Industrial Park (100 Kingsley Park Dr, Fort Mill, SC) From 9 AM – 12 noon
Ready to become a homeowner? Buying a home may be the largest purchase you’ll ever make. Before you start house hunting, it’s important to understand how owning a home could impact your finances.
It’s easy to get carried away when traveling, buying souvenirs, eating at restaurants and upgrading your flights and accommodations. But the last thing you want is to face a big bill when you get home.
It seems like they are everywhere, and in many cases, they are. Pop-up ads were once a problem limited to desktop and laptop browsers, but not anymore. Getting your smartphone bombarded with pop-up ads isn’t just annoying; it’s a security risk for you and your device.
Are you a student or know one who could benefit from $1,000 extra dollars? The Eddie Reeves Community Commitment Scholarship is now open for applications and will be awarded to a student who exhibits a strong spirit of leadership and volunteerism. This scholarship is open to high school, college and graduate students pursuing a degree from an accredited college or university or a vocational technical school.