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Firestorm on Facebook creates a nightmare for credit union

first_imgAn ugly situation with an Alabama credit union illustrates why having a social media policy signed by all employees is absolutely essential.An employee of MAX Credit Union is accused of publishing Facebook posts that expose private banking dirt about one of the institution’s members.Around March 12, posts allegedly written by the employee reportedly surfaced on a Facebook group called “Prattville-Millbrook Montgomery Black List” (no record of this group can be verified by The Financial Brand). The posts apparently reveal privileged and private financial information about a MAX Credit Union member, namely that the member had a negative balance and was incurring overdrafts. The posts, which had an air of vindictiveness, were signed with hashtags #perksofmynewjob and #iknoweveryonesdirt.From media reports covering the story, it does not appear that ultra-sensitive information such as account numbers or social security numbers were divulged.On Friday, March 13, a post on the MAX Facebook page accused one of the credit union’s employees of the alleged privacy breach, stating she had seen screenshots as evidence. It took a few days for the story to gain steam, but it caught fire with fuel from a local TV station. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Four charities to benefit from Digicel’s top up and donate promotion

first_img Share LocalNews Four charities to benefit from Digicel’s top up and donate promotion by: – June 7, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Tweet 27 Views   no discussions Thursday 7th June, 2012 – Roseau, Dominica: As part of its promise to move its communities forward in a positive way, Digicel today launched a brand new Top-up promotion in which it will donate 20% of the value of every Top-up transaction to four needy Dominican charities – Infirmary, House of Hope, Workshop for the Blind, Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities. Today, Thursday 7th June, Digicel prepaid customers who Top-up will be supporting these four charities, because when a customer Tops-up today, Digicel will donate 20% of the value of the Top-up to the charities in cash. So, for example, if a customer Tops-up with $10, Digicel will donate $2 in cash to the charities. Digicel Dominica Country Manager, Richard Stanton, said; “As part of our promise to give back to our communities, we are proud to be donating 20% of the value of every single Digicel Top-up today to four worthy charities. We are particularly excited about this Top-up promotion as our customers directly impact the value of the donation – the more Top-up transactions that take place today, the more money we will donate to these charities. As such, we are encouraging all customers to –Top-up today and know that 20% of the value of their Top-up will be donated in cash by Digicel.”Digicel is also encouraging its loyal postpaid customers to support this worthy cause by simply making a contribution in a special box provided at the Digicel Flagship store on Corner of Great George and Great Marlborough Steet or at the Corporate Office on Dame Eugenia Charles Boulevard. Customers can Top-up at any local vendor nearest to them on Thursday 7th June, 2012. The lucky four charities qualified for this donation will be announced on the Kairi FM, DBS and Q95 radio stations by 13th June. Press Releaselast_img read more