Jeans Fridays: Giving Back!

Jeans Fridays

Back for another year! Starting out 2017, our Audubon Branch has picked the first charity: the National Kidney Foundation! An Audubon Branch employee thought it would be a great “thank you” for her niece, who recently received a kidney transplant just 2 days before her birthday on December 31st! Talk about a wonderful gift!

If you would like to learn more about the National Kidney Foundation, you can visit their website at

We would also like to thank the Susan Marie Rupp Foundation for their wonderful letter of thanks for last quarter’s donation:

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the Susan Marie Rupp Foundation, we sincerely and most graciously thank you for your donation we received, that was made in heartfelt support of our Foundation by the Audubon Savings Bank, Pine Hill, NJ Branch officers and staff.

Please know that your “special donation” will enable the Susan Marie Rupp Foundation to continue their “Teal Ribbons of Hope” campaign to promote the awareness and symptoms of the deadly disease—Ovarian Cancer.

The Susan Marie Rupp Foundation began their “Teal Ribbons of Hope” campaign in memory of Susan in 2010, with a goal that our efforts to inform others of the symptoms of this deadly disease may prevent other families from suffering the loss of a loved one.

Your grateful donation will support our efforts to attain this goal.

Most sincerely,


Ruth Mc Cullen,

Thanks to all of our Bank employees for their continued generosity and for making a difference in our local communities! Here’s to a great 2017!

Protect Your Card from Fraud!


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Spending limits or establishing thresholds by merchant type can be easily customized with the CardValet app. You can set limits on things like gas, groceries, retail stores, or even by location. Changing these parameters can be done at any time, so you can modify your controls for daily use, vacation time, or around the holidays to fit your spending needs.

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Review Balances and Transactions

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Audubon HS Art Contest Winner!

Audubon High School 2016 Art Contest! - Audubon Branch

Congratulations to our Audubon High School Art Contest winner, senior Cameron Bordi! Pictured is Cameron with Branch Manager Sean Ferguson, who presented him with a $50 Audubon Savings Bank Gift Card!


Thanks to all who participated!

Students were challenged to illustrate a picture of our bank. Three students took on the challenge!

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Thank you to our teachers Ms. Janelle Mueller & Ms. Anne Marie Harris for helping us put this together!

Holiday Gift Cards!

Gift Cards
They’re back! Visit one of our branches and purchase one of our new Holiday Gift Cards!
*Valid November 1 – December 31, 2016. $0 Purchase Fee applies to in-branch purchases only. Monthly inactivity fee of $2.95 after 12 consecutive months of inactivity. Lost/stolen replacement card fee of $5.00. Gift Cards are issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC.

Rotary Pancake Breakfast!

Rotary Pancake Breakfast

Come stop by our Audubon Branch where Branch Manager Sean Ferguson will be selling tickets to the Audubon Haddon Twp. Oaklyn Rotary Pancake Breakfast! The event will be held on Saturday, December 3rd from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM. Sean will also be dressed as Santa and taking pictures with anyone who would like one!

Tickets for the event: $5.00
Tickets for Picture with Santa: $5.00

Proceeds will benefit the Club Scholarship Fund & Rotary Youth Leadership Awards!

Haddon Twp High School Cafeteria
406 Memorial Avenue
Westmont, NJ 08108


Candy Corn Contest: Winners Announced!

Candy Corn
Congratulations to our Candy Corn Contest winners: Barbara Disbrow at Mt. Laurel, Barbara Wagner at Pine Hill, and Gail Mehl at Audubon! They each won a $30 Audubon Savings Bank Gift Card!

Thanks to everyone who participated!

*The $30 gift card will be reported as miscellaneous income in accordance with Internal Revenue Service rules. The Bank will issue a 1099-MISC* for the year in which the $30 gift card was awarded to you. In order to claim the prize, you will be required to provide the Bank with specific tax-reporting information.

Community Bankers to Congress: We Are Not Wells Fargo


ICBA urges lawmakers to promote consumer choice through targeted relief

Washington, D.C. (Sept. 20, 2016)
—The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) urged Congress to keep in mind the differences between community banks and megabanks as lawmakers consider any legislative response to Wells Fargo’s massive consumer fraud. In a letter to members of Congress, ICBA called for targeted regulatory relief for community banks to promote consumer choice in financial services.

“Community bankers are gravely concerned that the legislative and regulatory reaction to Wells Fargo will again fail to distinguish between too-big-to-manage banks and community banks,” ICBA President and CEO Camden R. Fine wrote to Congress. “Costly, unnecessary new requirements would only hamper community banks’ ability to serve their customers and further drive consolidation and concentration of the nation’s financial resources.”

In its letter, ICBA wrote that community bankers are outraged by the rampant fraud perpetrated by Wells Fargo on millions of Americans, for which the megabank recently paid $185 million in fines. While megabanks such as the $1.9 trillion-asset Wells Fargo operate a transactions-based business model that incentivizes abuse of consumers, community banks are built on a relationship model in which reputation is everything.

ICBA noted that Congress should avoid the kinds of overreaching laws and regulations enacted after the recent financial crisis, which disproportionately affected local institutions. Further, the Wells Fargo fraud should not inhibit the passage of bills containing tailored regulatory relief for community banks, as prescribed by ICBA’s Plan for Prosperity platform.

Much-needed community bank regulatory relief legislation is before Congress today, and “its momentum should not be stalled by the fraud at Wells Fargo,” Fine wrote. “Fix what’s wrong with American financial services by strengthening what’s right with it—community banks.”

About ICBA
The Independent Community Bankers of America®, the nation’s voice for nearly 6,000 community banks of all sizes and charter types, is dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and its membership through effective advocacy, best-in-class education and high-quality products and services.

We ❤ Audubon!

We Love Audubon! Pictured - Administrative Headquarters

We are proud to call Audubon, NJ our home. We have been part of the Audubon community continuously since 1904. In 2009, we built our new home here, because we plan to remain a part of the community for many years to come! Think of us as family. Let us make you feel at home, too.


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Wendy’s Debit Card Compromise

Wendy’s revealed last Thursday that there was a data breach that affected more than 1,000 of its franchises across the country.

One of Audubon Savings Bank’s top priorities is to safeguard YOUR confidential information and we work diligently to do so. If you believe your card may have been compromised:

1. Contact your local branch to review your transactions
2. Contact Wendy’s to receive additional information: 866-779-0485

For more information about Wendy’s data breach, check out Money magazine’s article here. Thank you.