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Tag Archives: Customer Protection
Oct 08 2018
Did you know that you can dispute transactions on your account within online banking? Learn more about disputing transactions within Hills Bank Online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j28FH7696ec
Oct 01 2018
As an additional layer of protection for our customers, we are adding Text Fraud Alerts to Hills Bank debit cards. When suspicious activity is detected on your debit card, you’ll receive a text alert.
Aug 29 2018
In Iowa, a law went in to effect July 1, 2018 that requires all homes and apartments with fuel-burning heaters, fireplaces, gas stoves, and/or garages to have a Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector. This colorless and odorless gas can be very …
Buying a new home is a very exciting time. Within 2-3 weeks of purchase, your new home is processed by the county assessor. Certain pieces of your mortgage information are public record including the borrowers’ name, address, mortgage holder, and …
Jan 03 2018
All taxpayers, business owners, and tax preparers should be aware of identity theft scams by people pretending to be IRS representatives through phone calls, text messages, or email communications. Tax related identity theft occurs when someone uses your Social Security …
Nov 27 2017
If you’re like many Americans, you’ve done some Black Friday shopping, but are now looking for Cyber Monday deals to complete your holiday gift list. As you shop online for deals this Cyber Monday, please keep the following tips in …
Nov 01 2017
What is Business Email Compromise? Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a sophisticated scam targeting businesses that work with foreign suppliers and/or perform wire transfer payments. The scam is carried out when business email accounts are compromised to conduct unauthorized funds …
Oct 18 2017
Here are 5 ways to manage our bank accounts remotely and electronically if you’re planning on spending your winter outside of Iowa.
If you’ve ever misplaced or experienced fraudulent activity on your debit card, you can now temporarily turn it on or off through Hills Bank Online or the Hills Bank app.