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ATTENTION: Suspicious Credit Card Skimmer Found in Dubuque County

(Thursday, July 12, 2018) – Provided by the Dubuque Police Department On July 11, 2018, the Dubuque Police Department responded to the Fas Mart, 2175 Central Ave, after store employees reported finding a suspected credit card skimmer on one of their gas pumps. The device was found on Pump 3 on July 7, 2018, around…

7 Ways The Fed’s Decisions On Interest Rates Affect You

(Friday, June 8, 2018) – By Katherine Reynolds Lewis 7 Ways The Fed’s Decisions On Interest Rates Affect You IN FEDERAL RESERVE When the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, you feel it. “The Federal Reserve has its fingers in your pocketbook to a greater degree than the IRS,” says Michael Reese, a CFP professional in…

Tips to Avoid Being Scammed

(Thursday, May 10, 2018) – Provided by the Dubuque Police Department • Question everything. The old saying “if it seems too good to be true, it probably is” remains accurate. • Research. Never make a hasty decision when it comes to providing personal information, account information and/or sending/giving money. Take a few minutes to verify…

DuTrac's 2018-2019 Academic Scholarship Winners Announced!

(Friday, May 4, 2018) – Provided by DuTrac Community Credit Union Seven 2018 graduates of Dubuque and Quad City area high schools were awarded scholarships through DuTrac Community Credit Union’s 2018-2019 Academic Scholarship Program. Additional recipients of DuTrac’s $1000 scholarships were: Rileigh Lambert, daughter of Cheyanna and Todd Lambert, is a graduate of Monticello (Iowa)…

Ticket Sales for Summer 2018

(Wednesday, April 25, 2018) – Provided by DuTrac Community Credit Union Take advantage of this Summer 2018 reduced ticket prices! Lost Island Water Park: Tickets will be at a reduced price of $24.61, (gate price $27.80 +tax for anyone over 48”, 23.00 +tax under 48”, 3 and under free, Senior/Miliatary/AAA 25.80+tax). Tickets will be sold…

Important Tax Fraud Alert

(Tuesday, March 20, 2018) – Provided by irsgov/taxtopics Just days into the start of the 2018 filing season, the IRS identified a new scam in which cybercriminals have stolen client data from tax professionals and filed fraudulent refunds using real taxpayer information, including bank account and routing information for direct deposit.The fraudster then contacts the…
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