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Purchasing or refinancing a home? Audubon Savings Bank can help!
Home Equity Loans
As a home owner, using the equity in your home may be the best way to finance a major project, purchase or refinance.
Home Equity Lines of Credit
Enjoy the flexibility of borrowing on the equity of your home by simply writing a check!
- Local Processing/Decision Making
- Competitive Interest Rates
- Low Lender Fees
Call us at 856-656-2200, Apply Online or visit one of our convenient branch locations today!
From all of us at Audubon Savings Bank, we would like to wish you Happy Holidays and a healthy and prosperous New Year. Here’s to 2015!
Also a BIG congratulations to Chelsea Fadio who won Super Star Athlete of the Week from the Courier Post! Check out her feature here.
For more on the big victory, check out this article at NJ.com.
Congratulations on a fantastic season and we are always proud to support our local team at Audubon High School!
Audubon Savings Bank would like to congratulate customer Giambri’s Quality Sweets for being named a New Jersey Family Business of the Year! What a great honor!
Giambri’s, a customer at Audubon Savings since 2004, is a great example of a family-run business that has stayed in touch with their local community. They pride themselves on their tradition of family and quality, which has brought them great success. As a Bank with a strong community focus, we are proud to support a local business with great morals like theirs!
Congratulations once again and we wish you many more years of success!
Read more about the Giambri’s and their award here at: http://articles.philly.com/2014-10-27/news/55451075_1_family-business-wins-business-award-candy
To find out more about Giambri’s Quality Sweets, visit their website at: www.giambris.com
Learn more about our new A+ Savings Account today!
Thanks to The Camden Riversharks on a great season and a great partnership!
The following are best practices that customers can follow to increase their personal and financial information security:
Use Personal Financial Information and Financial Services Passwords Only in Secure Transactions
• Personal financial information (such as names in combination with Social Security Numbers, account numbers, and credit or debit card numbers) and passwords for financial services (such as online and mobile banking / payments, and person-to-person payments) should only be used in secure transactions (using the practices described below).
• Personal financial information and passwords for financial services should not be provided in response to unfamiliar or suspicious websites, emails, text messages, telephone calls, mobile phone applications or social media messages.
• If you provide financial information and passwords for financial services in response to unfamiliar or suspicious websites, emails, text messages, telephone calls, mobile phone applications or social media messages, you should change your passwords as quickly as possible.
Use Strong Passwords in All Systems That Require Passwords
• Passwords should use the maximum allowable number and type of characters (such as upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols) and should not contain predictable terms or numbers.
• A different password should be used for each commercial and financial services website.
• Passwords should not be written down or recorded and should not be placed in visible or unsecured locations.
• Passwords should be changed at least monthly.
Monitor Credit Accounts
• Credit accounts and reports should be monitored regularly. Any unauthorized or suspicious activity should be reported promptly to the appropriate financial institution, card issuer, local law enforcement agency or the Federal Trade Commission (877-438-4338, or online at www.consumer.gov).
• As a precaution, you may choose to place a fraud alert on your credit file. A fraud alert will notify you before unauthorized third parties open new accounts in your name or charge existing accounts in your name. This can be done at no charge to you. To receive fraud alerts, contact Equifax® (800-525-6285), Experian® (888-397-3742) or TransUnion® (800-680-7289).
For more information on our Retail Online Banking Solutions and other banking services please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.