Aim Higher Blog
President's News - July 2019
Before the internet, email, texting and instant messaging, life was much simpler. I have to admit, it is nice having instant access to information. When you have a question, you just ask Siri and get the answer.
President's News - April 2019
A large bank is advertising on television that they are “reimagining banking.” They are now offering checking accounts with no monthly fees. Wow, what a novel idea! We have been offering that to our members for over 20 years.
What's my Credit Score?
Known as a FICO score, visit us to learn what score you have and how to improve it to qualify for loans at a lower rate. Call us for an appointment at 833.759.1941and we will quickly obtain a FICO credit score report for you.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security feature used to gain access to a web-based computer program or application. As the name implies, this process requires more than one piece of evidence to prove that you are who you say you are. That evidence helps confirm a claimed identity by using a combination of two different factors: 1) something you know, 2) something you have, or 3) something you are.
Vulnerabilities Lead to Security Breaches Online
The holidays are over, but that doesn’t mean cyber criminals have stopped trying to gain access to your online accounts and personal information. To them, it’s a full-time job. A couple of recent program attacks show they that don’t intend to take any time off from attacking your personal and financial information online.
Shopping Online Securely
Shopping online is great fun. It’s easy, convenient and you can often find great deals. But shopping online does carry some risk – the risk of getting hacked. If you are vigilant about a few things, however, you can shop online with more security.
Securing Your Identity
We are hearing about it more and more in the news about identity theft and data breaches. And these instances increase, your ability to keep your personal information safely guarded is more likely than not to be compromised. In 2017, 16.7 million individuals were affected by identity theft with $16.8 billion stolen. Today it almost seems futile to protect yourself against identity theft—but, there are things you can do to reduce your risk. If you do become a victim of identity theft, there are steps you can take to guard against serious loses.