Marquette employees will never reach out and ask you to provide your online banking password. Scam emails, texts, and calls may pressure you to respond.

Ignore them and call the bank directly. Click here for information from the Federal Trade Commission.

Current Scams - 02-2020 Archive

square logo

How to Avoid Social Media Scams

Thursday Feb 27th, 2020

Everyone is on social media now, it's important to take the time to protect yourself against scammers. Please watch AARP's video on How to Avoid Social Media Scams!

square logo

5 Ways to Recognize Social Security Scams

Wednesday Feb 19th, 2020

There is an increase in Social Security scam attempts. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau offers five ways you can recognize a Social Security Scam.

square logo

Scam Awareness

Sunday Feb 9th, 2020

National Slam the Scam Day is coming up on March 5th. Read more about "Slam the Scam" from the Office of the Inspector General Social Security Administration by clicking the image above.

You are now leaving Marquette Savings Bank's Website

The website you have selected is an external one located on another server. Marquette Savings Bank has no responsibility for any external website. We neither endorse the information, content, presentation, or accuracy nor make any warranty, express or implied, regarding any external site.

Proceed Cancel