12/04/2019: Holiday Social Engineering Scams
It’s the time of year for holiday fun and merriment, but with the hustle and bustle of the season, it’s very important to stay alert. December is prime time for thieves and scammers. People are often pre-occupied with holiday shopping, events and preparations that criminals see an opportunity to take advantage. What is […]Continue Reading..
After wrapping up a successful first year of the WRCB Field Goal Contest at Hortonville and New London High Schools, Wolf River Community Bank is excited to host the WRCB Half Court Shot Contest at two varsity boys’ and two varsity girls’ basketball games in New London, Hortonville and Shiocton, totaling twelve games. The […]Continue Reading..
11/11/2019: Visit Santa at the Bank
Join us for a morning of holly jolly fun! Bring your camera to snap a photo with Santa, create a Christmas craft and even make your own “reindeer food”! Kids’ goodie bags and holiday activities will be available while supplies last. WHEN:Saturday, December 7th9:00am – Noon WHERE:Wolf River Community Bank309 E. Main StreetHortonville, WI […]Continue Reading..
10/07/2019: 7 Steps to Stay Safe from Threats
The number of consumers and companies affected by cybercrimes continues to increase every year. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and is the perfect time to learn how to better protect yourself. The number one protection against cybercrime is an informed consumer.Continue Reading..
09/23/2019: Building an Emergency Fund
Building an emergency fund is an important step in reducing financial stress for many households. In general, experts recommend having at least three months of living expenses saved in your emergency fund. Be sure to include all bills (such as mortgage, utilities, and loans) and expenses such as groceries, gas, and childcare in your […]Continue Reading..