Warning! Be wary of emails claiming to be from Netflix. While the email about the newest season of Stranger Things may be authentic, Roanoke police have warned that people are recieving emails that appear to be from Netflix claiming that their credit card info has been denied. The email requests that the person update their info through a link, which then can lead to a scam.
It's always a good idea, no matter what company it is, to go directly to a website by typing the address in the url bar to update any of your information. Even if an email contains a link that would make things much easier, scammers can be tricky and even the email address they use may look official.
For more information on website, email and account safety you can check out our security section of our website here.
Whether you have a balance left over from the holidays or simply use your card to get groceries every week, we have an offer that you don't want to miss. Starting January 23rd to March 31st, you can transfer your current non-Beacon credit card balance of $2,000 or more to a Beacon Card and you'll get 0% APR* for the first 12 months. Pay down your debt and you'll benefit from Beacon's great low rates once your 12 months is over. We have credit card rates that are lower than the national average.**
In addition, to celebrate our brand new partnership with the Lynchburg Humane Society, we'll give $10 for every $2,000 transfered to a Beacon Credit Card between January 23rd and March 31st, 2018. Not only will you help out your own finances, but you'll also help out animals in need.
*Introductory APR for a period of twelve (12) billing cycles. After that your APR will revert to the prevailing rate of the approved VISA card. This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. There is a balance transfer fee of 3% of the amount of each balance transfer associated with this promotion. Transfers must total $2,000 or more to qualify. Subject to credit approval.
**Based on survey done by creditcard.com November of 2017... for reference, click here.
Winter has arrived. Whether you're excited for the cold climate or dreading it, you still have to be prepared. Is your car ready for the cold temps?
To keep your Battery up to par during the cold weather, you can perform a volt test before winter starts to make sure it's in good working order. If it's not, you'll probably want to consider a new battery before the cold weather hits so you're not stranded somewhere with a car that won't start in the low temps.
Shopping online is easier than making your way through the holiday shopping shuffle, but it can be a little risky if you're not careful. Here's a few hacks that you can use to keep your information secure while browsing the web for the perfect Christmas gifts.