Scams & Safety

Safety Alert: Home Depot Data Breach

The Home Depot

Customer Update on Payment Breach

On September 8th, Home Depot confirmed that their payment data systems were breached, which could potentially impact customers who used a payment card at their U.S. and Canadian stores in 2014, from April to September. They are able to tell you that the malware used in the recent breach has been eliminated from their U.S. and Canadian networks.

Click here to see a statement issued by Home Depot to their customers.

Washington Savings Bank protects its customers with the use of fraud-monitoring programs to look for abnormal spending patterns with bank-issued MasterCard debit cards.

 

Scam Alert: Loan Payment Administration - Biweekly Payment Service

Scam Warning: Fraudulent Letter promises "smaller biweekly payment" option.

We have recently been made aware of a fraudulent letter from "Loan Payment Administration". Please be advised that this letter is NOT from Washington Savings Bank. If you receive such a letter, the information obtained through public records may include your name, loan amount, and Washington Savings Bank. Please DO NOT contact the toll-free number they provide. If you have any questions regarding your payment options, please contact your lender at Washington Savings Bank. As always, we are here ready to help you and answer your questions.

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