Canton Co-operative Bank has been running free Saturday morning Info Sessions for first-time homebuyers for a couple of years now.
There are many ways that you can first become aware that you have become a victim of Identity Theft. No matter how it happens, you’re probably going to be angry, alarmed, frightened, confused and concerned.
Most people’s first questions are, “How did this happen to me?” and “Why did this happen to me?”
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nicholas (Nick) Maffeo received his “15 Years of Service” Award at the Bank’s 2019 Annual Meeting.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nick Maffeo has announced that David DiFronzo has joined the Bank as a Commercial Real Estate Loan Officer.
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank will be sponsoring its 4th annual free community Shred Day on Saturday, June 1st, from 9AM until noon (rain or shine) in the parking lot at the Bank’s Main Office, 671 Washington Street in Canton Center.
It’s called phone spoofing. It’s rampant. It’s all too easy to fall for. And basically it means that to protect yourself, you cannot believe what you see on your Caller ID. Ever.
Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nick Maffeo recently mentioned something he’s been noticing happening more and more often.
Specifically, people who are customers of other banks – especially the big, national banks – are going to their banks with what amount to general questions about their accounts. After getting the run-around from their bank, they come to Canton Co-operative for information and answers.
“It seems like non-customers are always coming in and asking us for help with something their bank can’t or won’t help them with,” Nick Maffeo said.