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The Go Far Blog from Union Bank


ATM Fraud: What It Looks Like and How to Avoid It

These days, protecting yourself from ATM fraud means more than covering the keypad as you enter your Personal Identification Number (PIN). Just as technology continues to evolve, financial scammers update their methods accordingly. From big data breaches to seasonal fraud such as tax scams, it can be hard to keep up with the latest schemes. […]

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The Benefits of Bank-Based P2P Payments

How do you pay your friend back for your share of dinner? What if you want to send some money to a family member quickly and easily? How about if someone needs to send you some money? It used to be that you generally had to carry cash or a check with you to pay […]

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Ultimate Guide to Small Business Loans, Grants, and Resources For Women in New Hampshire

With today’s Internet marketplace, it’s easier than ever for entrepreneurs to take their ideas and transform them into a thriving business. Women-owned businesses are still a minority in the U.S. but are steadily gaining ground. Over the last 20 years, the number of Women are successfully starting and growing their own businesses right here in […]

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Northern Vermont Relocation Guide

Ranked ninth in the U.S. News & World Report list of “Best States,” Vermont has long been a state that both natives and transplants are glad to call home. “The Green Mountain State” is known for skiing, maple syrup, and organic farming. It’s also an attractive place to artists, perhaps due to the beautiful scenery […]

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Congress Grants Free Credit Freezes

In 2017 Equifax’s data breach compromised the personal information of over 147 million Americans. Many consumers who froze their credit in response to the breach found themselves paying fees to all three credit rating agencies–Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion–for this safeguard. After an outcry of concerned voices who exposed these fees as unfair to consumers in […]

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Update On Vermont’s New Law Addressing Credit Card Machine Leasing

When it comes to acquiring credit card processing equipment, small businesses can feel overwhelmed by choice and conflicting information. When business owners lease credit card machines, some end up feeling like they overpaid or didn’t get the level of service they were promised. That’s why Vermont’s new law to regulate credit card machine leasing is […]

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