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Important and timely information to help you make smart financial decisions.

In the News

Important and timely information to help you make smart financial decisions.

Home Buying Seminar

Are you a first-time homebuyer? Learn to basics of buying your first home and get the information you need to help you understand the home buying process.

Or perhaps something in your life has changed, meaning you need to consider buying a home that is a better fit for your lifestyle. Whether you are a first-time home buyer or entering the market as a repeat buyer, the more you know the better off you will be. During our Free Home Buying Seminar you will learn:

  • The overall process of buying a home
  • Different loan options
  • What to look for in a realtor
  • How to get pre-approved so you can start looking for a home in your price range
  • What to expect at the title company

When: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 from 6:00 PM- 7:30 PM
Where: Westside Office-6401 Coors Blvd. NW
(Coors Blvd. between Montano and Paseo del Norte)

You are welcome to bring a guest, but space is limited!

Register Today!


Scams target Amazon shoppers

If you’re one of the many millions of people who have ordered a few items from Amazon.com for the holiday, be cautious of fake emails. One such scam going around is an email that tells you there is something wrong with your order and it can't be shipped. Scammers are counting on you wanting to fix the issue quickly.

The Amazon shipping scam can easily fool you. First is the email with the subject line: Your Amazon.com order cannot be shipped. The body of the email tells you to click a link to confirm your information.

The landing page looks really good. It could easily fool you. The page wants your full name and address. But worse, it wants your credit card information including your CVV, your three digit security code on the back.

The scammers are so good, the next page is the real Amazon.com. Here are some things to look for:

  • Subject line: Your Amazon.com order cannot be shipped
  • Check the sender's name. Usually it's a company versus Amazon.

Never, never, never click the link that is provided in such an email.

Always go to the website directly. In this case, when you go to Amazon.com and log into your account, click the ORDERS tab. If you aren't prompted to update your billing info, then the email you got is not from Amazon.

If you do get this bogus email, Amazon.com wants to know about it. You can report an issue or verify if the email you received is real.