Silver Lake Bank has made enhancements that will make your overall banking experience even better. Enhancements include the ability for you to see your check images online, view statements and notices through online banking, improved Internet Banking and Bill Payment Options and real-time balances for debit card and ATM card processing.
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Silver Lake Bank is making enhancements that will make your overall banking experience even better. On September 21st, the Bank will undergo a core software and online banking conversion to provide customers with improved services.
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Silver Lake Bank has updated previous set blocks on transactions in Virginia, Maryland, New York and Florida. Remaining blocks include the following: International card present transactions. EMV transactions will work, as well as PIN and ATM transactions. International, card not present transactions (online transactions). Transactions may be declined due to Visa's risk scoring, due to fraud trends. In addition, transactions on bookstores based out of Florida will be blocked for debit cards beginning with numbers 435951001.
Sweepstakes scammers call, email, or text consumers congratulations on winning a lottery, drawing, or sweepstakes, which the consumers usually have not even entered.
Our debit cards now feature an embedded chip that improves security when you make purchases at a chip-activated terminal.
SLB is excited to announce the release of our new and improved website, including mobile friendly technology!
We have opened a branch in downtown Lawrence at 643 Massachusetts Street, Suite D. Our Lawrence staff will include Lenders-Michelle Fales and Nick Gideon, Loan Portfolio Manager-Dee Sanner, Loan Assistant-Diane Welchhans, Operations Assistant-Jason Young and Customer Service Rep-Tori Newell.
TransFund has been notified by the fraud analytics group of a fraud scheme currently occurring in the mid-section (subject to change) of the U.S. Cardholders are receiving phone text messages stating their card has been deactivated. Cardholders are instructed to call a phone number to confirm their information. When the cardholder responds they are asked for their card number, expiration date and PIN. Cardholders should not respond to these messages.