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    Get started today with a new Broncho Checking Account and the convenience of The Central Card from MidFirst Bank. Your new Central Card will serve as your UCO Student ID and your MidFirst Bank Visa® Check Card. Learn More
Tip of the Day
  • Make a shopping list before going to the grocery store – and stick to it. Learn More

  • Avoid surprises! Immediately record check card transactions and ATM withdrawals in your account register, as they can be easily forgotten. Learn More

  • In general, assume any offer that sounds “too good to be true,” especially from a stranger or unfamiliar company, is probably a scam. Learn More

  • Sorry to disappoint you, but you did not win a fabulous prize in a foreign lottery. Never deposit a check from, or wire money to, fraudulent lottery operations, especially those outside the United States. Learn More

  • Beware of email inheritance scams. If an unknown relative died and left you a large sum of money, you would not be required to pay a fee to receive the money. Learn More

  • Avoid work-from-home offers, or other situations, that involve depositing a check into your account and wiring money. A variety of scams use this technique. Learn More

  • Never wire money to someone you don't know, especially if it involves a work-from-home offer or the sale of an item on the Internet. Learn More

  • Beware of scams that provide a “guaranteed” loan approval for a fee, even if you have credit problems. The con artist is only interested in collecting the fee and disappearing with your money. Learn More

  • Beware of “scareware” scams – bogus anti-virus pop-up warnings instructing you to purchase the “full version” of the anti-virus software to clean your computer of fictitious viruses. Learn More

  • Email greeting card scams appear to be from someone you know; however, avoid clicking on a link as it may install spyware on your computer. Learn More

  • Never provide your Social Security number, bank account number, card number or PIN in response to a text, phone call or email. Fraudsters may pose as a government official, or your bank, in an attempt to obtain your personal information. Learn More

  • Choose a password that is difficult to guess, using a variety of characters and numbers that can’t be tied to you. Learn More

  • Change your passwords regularly. Create an online banking password that is different from your Facebook, online shopping, or email account passwords. Learn More

  • If you are reading this from a free public hotspot, your personal information may be at risk! Avoid using public Wi-Fi for online shopping or accessing your bank account. Hotspots generally are not secure. Learn More

  • Protect your personal information with updated computer firewalls and anti-virus software. Learn More

  • Since you rarely need your Social Security card, keep it in a safe place, not in your wallet. Learn More

  • Don’t trash it! Shred documents that contain personal information, such as your Social Security number, account number, or date of birth. Learn More

  • Never write your PIN on your ATM card. A thief could access your account by obtaining your card. Learn More


Proud banking partner of UCO

MidFirst Bank is proud to be the exclusive banking partner of the University of Central Oklahoma. We are excited to offer a collection of financial solutions uniquely designed for the students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of UCO. Go Bronchos!

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