Top ATM Safety Tips

by Andrew Schreiber 16. April 2015
When you’re at an ATM, you may feel somewhat vulnerable. It’s important to acknowledge your vulnerable state and take steps to minimize your exposure. Here are some tips to help you stay safe at an ATM. Be aware of your surroundings. It’s best to use an ATM in a well-lit area that is visible to others. Avoid ATMs that are not facing the road or have blind spots (i.e. on the corner of a building). In addition to the location of the ATM, it’s also important to be wary of an... [More]

They've Left but Are They Gone?

by Elizabeth Sherman 25. March 2015
My friend, whom I worked with for several years, recently announced she was leaving our company for greener pastures. She really hadn’t been looking, but an opportunity presented itself and it was too good to pass up. While with our company she had access to multiple systems as part of her job. This included banking information, customer databases and back office applications. Replacing her was difficult enough; however, the real work began after she left when we had to remove her name ... [More]

Spread the Word about Fraud Scams with the FTC’s “Pass It On” Campaign

by Stacy Tharp 11. December 2014
At 1st Mariner, keeping our customers educated about identity theft and other fraud scams is always a top priority. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s educational campaign, Pass It On, takes things a step further. The campaign was created to encourage consumers to not only educate themselves about consumer protection issues, but to pass on the information to others. The campaign is targeted to the older generation since this age group is a common target demographic, and the consequences ... [More]


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