Have you ever lost or misplaced your debit card? If so, you know it can be a truly terrifying situation.
“What if somebody else has it? Are they spending all of my money? What do I do?”
At Putnam Bank we offer a service that helps you prevent panic when your debit card has gone missing: the ability to deactivate and reactivate your debit card.
Halloween is nearing, and you know what that means: your children’s sugar intake is about to skyrocket. It also means your bank account could soon be getting haunted by additional costs. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American spends about $77 on decorations, candy and costumes each year.
Spending an extra $77 doesn’t seem like much, but it can make an impact on your monthly budget. Putnam Bank doesn’t want you to be scared by Halloween costs this year! Save some cash with these helpful tips:
Ghosts and goblins are spooky, but know what really sends chills down the spine? Cyberattacks. Last year, nearly one million computer viruses and malicious software pieces were unleashed each day. October is Cyber Security Month, and Putnam Bank is giving you a couple of treats to avoid sneaky hackers’ tricks.
Fall has once again come to Connecticut, which means a few things have become certainties: college football on Saturdays, the return of your favorite jacket to your wardrobe and the appearance of Halloween decorations in stores.
Another certainty is the eventual change of the weather from pleasant and crisp to cold and miserable. Luckily, the weather in October is generally nice enough to allow you to make some renovations to your home to save energy once the temperature begins to drop.
At Putnam Bank, we not only want to provide ways to save you money, but also make sure you can live comfortably. We’ve compiled a few fall home improvements you can make to save energy and money for the rest of the fall and into the winter.