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Newsletter Autumn 2012

Don't miss our community picnic being held on Saturday, October 13, from noon to 3:00pm!   Food, entertainment, giveaways and fun! Read More >>

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Ossian State Bank gets ‘Safest’ Designation

​Ossian State Bank is one of just four banks in Indiana that were designated as “The 359 Safest Banks in America” in an article by Sara Glakas on the Investing Answer website. The study was conducted by InvestingAnswer.com,...

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​Ossian State Bank Receives 5-Star Rating from Bauer Financial!

Bauer Financial is an independent agency that analyzes and assigns a Star-Rating, from 1 “Troubled” to 5 “Superior”, to financial institutions quarterly.  Criteria used to determine the BauerFinancial™ Star-Rating...

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Fraud Alert! Are You Really My Grandchild?

There has been an increase in what has been referred to as the “Emergency Scam” or the “Grandparent Scam.” Local persons from Ossian/Wells County have been affected. It can happen to you or someone you love. Senior...

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Hang Up On Scammers Posing as Your Bank

Hoosiers are reporting they have received robocalls from scammers posing as a local bank or credit union. Typically the pre-recorded message says to “press one to reactivate your card” and a live operator will then ask for your account...

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Warning of Recent Phishing Attacks

​Recently there has been an increase in phishing e-mails being sent from various sources which are scams. You could receive an official-looking e-mail from a financial institution or other legitimate institution you do business with which...

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U.S. Savings Bonds are going Paperless!

​The U.S. Department of the Treasury is ending sales of paper savings bonds. Paper Series EE and I Savings Bonds will no longer be sold through financial institutions or mail-in orders after December 31, 2011. Savings bonds aren’t going away,...

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