ATM & Debit Card Security Precautions

Stillman ATM & Debit Card Security Precautions Treat your card like cash. Always keep your card in a safe place. Keep your PIN a secret. Memorize your PIN and never write it on your card or store it with your card. Never let someone else enter your PIN for you. If you suspect someone knows… Read More

Go Green

Go Green Collecting and organizing our recycling, planting a garden and reducing our energy consumption are all great ways to save the planet, but did you know that you can take that a step further with Stillman Bank by going paperless? Stillman Bank offers convenient and secure products and services that allow you to do… Read More

Avoid Identity Theft and Online Fraud

Avoid Identity Theft and Online Fraud Scams such as Spoofing and Phishing to commit identity theft are becoming more prevalent. Protecting your personal information from identity theft is a serious matter and there are many ways the criminals can gain access to such information. Identity theft involves the use of your personal information – such… Read More

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication Stillman Online The security of your account information is our top priority. That’s why we have instituted a new layer of online protection called Multi-Factor Authentication. What this simply means is that we have made your online account access more secure by adding multiple methods to identify you, the account holder. Stillman Online… Read More

Check 21

Check 21 Important Information on the Legislation The Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act, commonly referred to as Check 21, took effect on October 28, 2004. The goal of Check 21 is to improve the overall efficiency of the nation’s check payment system by eliminating the need to physically transport checks between banks. Check… Read More

Electronic Check Conversion

What is Electronic Check Conversion? Suppose you are at a store making a purchase and decide to pay by check. The clerk asks you for a check that is completely filled out, partially filled out, or even blank. The clerk then runs the check through a machine and hands the voided check back to you… Read More

Credit & Debit Card Blocking

Credit & Debit Card Blocking From the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Have you ever been told you were over your credit card limit, or had your debit card declined, even though you knew you had available credit, or money in your bank account? If this happened shortly after you stayed in a hotel or rented… Read More