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Step 1: Enroll in Online Banking through www.rhinebeckbank.com (You must be enrolled in Online Banking prior to using the mobile app)
I’m always out and about in public and often get recognized as “the face” of Rhinebeck Bank’s weekly talk show, “Wake Up with Rhinebeck Bank.” The show features community leaders, business owners, and heads of local non-profits, while sharing information that educates the public about our local area and banking.
Once we get past the, “HEY! You’re the person on that show” moment they usually want to learn more about the Bank. The one thing people always want to know is: Why should I bank at Rhinebeck Bank? Here’s what I tell them:
This question often comes up, especially in light of recent security breaches at various merchants. The short answer is yes, a Debit Card is just as safe as a credit card. However, there are differences that you should be aware of.
Each has their advantages, and possible disadvantages. This has to do with your intentions for using each card.
What are they, and what are the benefits?
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are a staple of modern society. First put into use in 1967 by Barclays Bank in north London, there are about three million ATMs worldwide today. Billions of people throughout the world use these devices to conduct the most basic banking functions. Not only do they provide convenient access to cash withdrawals, they allow customers to check their balances, transfer funds between accounts, and most importantly make deposits.
It’s hard to believe another school year is at an end! Spring has officially blossomed into summer! Who wants to worry about finances and banking when you can be lying on the beach or hanging out at the lake house? We’ve got some great tips to help make your summer vacation a breeze…
The Wall Street Journal reported that financial institutions are projected to spend $2.6 billion more on cybersecurity in 2016 than they did in 2014. In addition to your bank’s security efforts, there are a few things you can do to help keep your accounts as secure as possible.