With so many large data breaches in the news over the past few months, almost every consumer has been affected. Learn how to better manage your sensitive financial data at the free workshop Preventing—And Recovering From—Identity Theft, scheduled for Thursday, March 29, 2018 at the Sisters Public Library.
At the Sisters Public Library
Workshop presenters Christina Schulz from the Sisters branch of Mid Oregon Credit Union and her husband Sergeant Rob Schulz, a local law-enforcement officer, have seen this issue from every angle. They’ll share their stories, show you some things to look out for, and give you some common-sense tips for detecting fraud on your accounts—and bouncing back quickly if it ever happens to you.
This free workshop begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Sisters Public Library Meeting Room, 110 N. Cedar Street in Sisters. Call (541) 382-1795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat. Light refreshments will be served.
Sisters Financial Education Series
Mid Oregon is proud to host its Sisters Financial Education Series at the Sisters Public Library this spring as part of its commitment to provide the community with high-quality financial literacy information and resources. Topics include:
- March 29: Preventing—And Recovering From—Identity Theft
- April 19: Planning for Long-Term Care (Presented in Partnership with Pacific Life)
- May 17: Organize Your Financial Records
Mid Oregon’s website Security and Fraud Center
We also have an informative web resource in our midoregon.com Security and Fraud Center called “Stickley on Security”. Users can view news/alerts, information and tips, mobile security helps, ID theft information and more…including in video form.