One of the most useful services Community State Bank has to offer is the Shazam® Chek Card. This is a debit card issued by the Bank that can be used to buy gas, purchase groceries, get cash or be used for most any other type of payment. The great thing about the debit card is when it is used, it comes out of your checking account. You do not receive a bill like you do with a credit card.
Stop in and visit our Shelbina or Clarence location and pick up your Shazam® Chek Card application today!
If your card has been lost or stolen please contact an employee of Community State Bank immediately at 573-588-4101. If it is after business hours, please call 800-383-8000 to report the lost or stolen card.
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Recent hacks involving several high-profile social networking accounts once again highlight the potential vulnerability of social media. The sheer volume of users and the information that gets posted on social media websites create plenty of opportunity for an attacker to use social engineering or other methods to gain access to the accounts of individuals and organizations. The more information you post, the more your security and privacy are at risk.
What Precautions Should I Take on Social Networking Sites?
Below are some helpful tips regarding security and privacy while using social networking sites:
Ensure that any computer you use to connect to a social media site has proper security measures in place. Use and maintain anti-virus software, anti-spyware software, and a firewall and keep these applications and the operating system patched and up to date.
Be cautious about installing applications. Some social networking sites provide the ability to add or install third-party applications, such as games. Keep in mind that there is sometimes little or no quality control or review of these applications and they may have full access to your account and the data you share. Malicious applications can use this access to interact with your friends on your behalf and to steal and misuse personal data. Only install applications that come from trusted, well-known sites. If you are no longer using the application, remove it. Also, please note that installing some applications may modify your security and privacy settings.
Use strong and unique passwords. Using the same password on all accounts increases the vulnerability of these accounts if one becomes compromised. Use different passwords for different accounts, and do not use a password you use to access your organization's network on any personal sites you access.
Use discretion before posting information or comments. Once information is posted online, it can potentially be viewed by anyone and may not be able to be retracted afterwards. Keep in mind that content or communications on government-related social networking pages may be considered public records.
Configure privacy settings to allow only those people you trust to have access to the information you post and your profile. Also, restrict the ability for others to post information to your page. The default settings for some sites may allow anyone to see your information or post information to your page.
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