President and CEO Tom O’Connor welcomes Randy Waas of Waas Boring and Cable to the TSB Bank Board of Directors.
Free Trials and Auto-Renewals
Learn the ins and outs of subscriptions to save yourself money, time, and aggravation.
Shop Safely Online
With some simple preventative measures, you can enjoy your online shopping spree with peace of mind.
Take these few simple steps to help prevent you from becoming a victim of identity theft and internet scams.
Before you Wire Money
Scammers pressure you to wire money because it’s easy to take and disappear. A wire is like sending cash - once it’s gone, you can’t get it back.
How to Avoid a Scam
Asked to pay by gift card, crypto or money transfer? That’s a scam. Recognizing these common signs could help you avoid falling for a scam.
Meet our New Lenders
Please join us in welcoming our new lenders Adam Hadrian and Susan Hahn. They are both available to help with home loans, auto loans or personal loans.
CEO Celebrates 30 Years
Tom O’Connor recently celebrated his 30th Anniversary with TSB Bank. As a local banker, O’Connor has shown passion and dedication to serving our rural community.
Lose your debit card? Turn it off. Find it in the couch cushions? Turn it back on. It’s that easy with the Brella™ app. Search “Brella Card Manager” in your app store.
School Supply Drive
We'll be collecting school supplies during the month of August. Supplies will be donated to Lomira, Mayville and Theresa elementary schools.
How to avoid COVID-19 government imposter scams
Learn ways you can help protect yourself and others from scammers. Some are even pretending to be affiliated with the government.
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Banks Essential Under Gov. Evers’ Orders
Your Money is Safe, Sound, and Easily Accessible. Here are the top 5 things to know about your money and banks under “Safer At Home.”
COVID-19 UPDATE: DRIVE-UP ONLY
After much deliberation, and with the health of our customers and staff in mind, we have made the decision to close our lobbies to general customer traffic effective Thursday, March 19 until further
Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft
Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen personal information to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund.
Protect yourself from credit card fraud at the register
Opening a store credit card in someone’s name without their permission is fraud. Don’t let this happen to you. Follow these tips to protect your credit.
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Be Cyber Smart
Join us this October for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month to learn proactive ways to stay safe online.
Don’t let “FREE” cost you
When a company says you can try its product for free, you might think, why not? Here’s why not: You could end up paying a lot of money for that free trial.
Make it a scam-free vacation
Right now, you probably have beaches on the brain. Before you head out, take steps to help keep your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare.
Where You Bank Matters
Your choice of bank is your vote on where your money goes. Are your hard-earned deposits reinvested back into our local community?
Teach Children to Save
April is Financial Literacy Month in Wisconsin. Here are some ideas on how to teach sound financial habits to the children in your life.
Tax-Related Identity Theft
An identity thief may use your Social Security number to get a tax refund or a job. You may not know it has happened until you try to efile your return.
Fake calls about your SSN
If you get a call that looks like it’s from the Social Security Administration, think twice. Scammers are spoofing SSA’s 1-800 number to try to get your personal information.
Happy holidays! Shopping tips from the FTC
The gift-giving season is just around the corner, and the gift-buying season starts, oh, any minute now. Learn tips to help you shop wisely and protect your personal information.
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Cybersecurity and Older Americans
Learning about ways to protect your identity and personal information online is just as important as understanding how to use the latest technology.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Phishing
Phishing attacks use email or malicious websites to infect your machine with malware and viruses in order to collect personal and financial information.
Cybersecurity Month: Tips for Travelers
The more we travel and access the Internet on the go, the more cyber risks we face. Follow these simple tips when traveling.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Learn how you can stay safer and more secure online by creating a strong password.
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Back to school: Protect your child’s info
Many school forms require personal and sensitive information. Here are some tips for keeping your child’s personal information safe
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Watch out for card skimming at the gas pump
With the summer travel season in high gear, the FTC is warning drivers about skimming scams at the pump.
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Asked to pay by gift card? Don't.
Gift cards are for gifts, not payments. So anyone who demands payment by gift card is always, always, always a scammer.
Five Every Day Steps Towards Online Safety
Five Every Day Steps Towards Online Safety
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Identity Theft and Internet Scam Tips
Every time we connect to the Internet – at home, at school, at work, or on our mobile devices – we make decisions that affect our cybersecurity.
Become Financially Fit
New Year, New Me, right? We’re a few weeks into the new year and you may have dropped your New Year’s Resolution to become financially fit. Don’t despair. It’s still early in the new year and