Download/Print Cash Dividend June 2016 (pdf document) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doyle M. Thigpen, Chief Financial Officer (252) 317-2804 DATE: May 6, 2016 the little bank Announces Cash Dividend of $0.0850 Per Share and Continuation of Common Stock Repurchase Kinston, NC – (Business Wire) – May 6, 2016 – the little bank (OTCQX: LTLB) announced
Download/Print First Quarter 2016 (pdf document) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doyle M. Thigpen, Chief Financial Officer (252) 317-2804 DATE: April 28, 2016 the little bank releases first quarter earnings today Kinston, NC – (Business Wire) – April 28, 2016 – the little bank (OTCQX: LTLB) reports earnings results for the quarter ended March 31, 2016.
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The Internet is a powerful and useful tool, getting us information in a fast and efficient manner and allowing us to conduct transactions in a matter of second. However, it can be dangerous to you and your computer equipment. To protect yourself, you should take some basic precautions. There are effective ways to protect yourself
What is Phishing? Phishing is a high-tech scam that obtains an individual’s personal or financial information through fraudulent means. How can I keep from being a victim? Never provide your account number or other confidential information to someone who calls claiming to be with Union Bank. Never respond to emails or mailings for anyone claiming
What is Check 21? In October 2003, the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (referred to as Check 21) became law. The intent of Check 21 is to dramatically improve the overall efficiency of the country’s payment system. As it works now, paper checks must be physically transported between financial institutions before they can
What Is Identity Theft? Identity theft occurs when someone acquires your Social Security number, credit card number, bank account number, or other personal identifying information and uses that information to commit fraud or other crimes. How Can Your Identity Be Stolen Identity thieves acquire your personal identifying information in many ways. Some computer-savvy criminals exploit