This Veterans Day we salute every serviceman and woman for making the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. These men and women dedicated their lives in the continuous pursuit to keep our country free. As Americans, we realize that freedom is not free, for many have laid down their lives defending this country. For this, we salute all of our service members and say “Thank You” for all that you do!
Did you know….
The History of Veterans Day: Veterans Day was originally established as a U.S. legal holiday to honor Armistice Day – the end of World War I, which officially took place on November 11, 1918.
As the holidays approach, it is important that we share with you tips to protect yourself throughout the season.
Tips for Safe Holiday Shopping Online and In-Stores:
Practice Safe Payment Options: Credit cards are generally the safest option because they provide 100% protection against fraudulent activities, which means you are not liable if your card is stolen or used without your knowledge. Apply today for a Day Air Credit Card… https://dayair.org/creditcard.
Consider alternate options to pay for your merchandise, such as onetime or multiuse disposable credit cards, gift cards, or store cards.
Save all receipts: Save records of your in-store and online transactions, including the product description, price, online receipt, terms of the sale, and copies of email exchanges with the seller. Read your bank and credit card statements as soon as you get them to make sure there aren’t any unauthorized charges. If there is a discrepancy, call your credit union and report it immediately.
Protect yourself this holiday season with these timely tips and don’t be a victim of identity theft. Since we are always looking out for your financial well-being, Day Air offers identity theft protection with Lifelock. Sign up or learn more today!
May you have a safe and fun-filled holiday season. Remember, Day Air Credit Union is always here for you with any financial matter that you may have. Please contact us at (937)643-2160 if you have any issues this holiday season.
Ratoya Wilson | Branch Manager