Customer Security & Alerts
Fraudulent Phone Calls: Banks Never Ask That
Romance Dating Scams
Millions of people turn to online dating apps or social networking sites to meet someone. But instead of finding romance, many find a scammer trying to trick them into sending money. Read about the stories romance scammers make up and learn the #1 tip for avoiding a romance scam.
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COVID-19 Loan Forgiveness Resources
PS Bank continues to accept submission of PPP forgiveness applications for existing PPP loans using the forms and links below. Please utuilize the documents below and contact your lender or HereToHelp@psbanking.com for assistance. Please visit our COVID-19 Update page for detailed payroll document information.
Links to instructions and forms for loans over $50,000:
SBA Form 3508EZ Instructions
SBA Form 3508EZ Forgiveness Application
SBA Form 3508 Instructions
SBA Form 3508 Forgiveness Application
If your PPP Loan was $50,000 or less:
SBA Form 3508S Instructions
SBA Form 3508S Forgiveness Application
Please submit your documentation to your lender.
PS Bank Lending Team:
Jeffery Aeppli - firstname.lastname@example.org
Janice Bevacqua - email@example.com
Jeffrey Buckingham -firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Edwards -email@example.com
Thomas Hendershot - firstname.lastname@example.org
William Joseph -email@example.com
Paul Walsh - firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19: Beware Fraudulent Activity and Scams
As PS Bank works diligently to ensure the health and safety of all customers, please review the resources below to stay financially healthy and secure.
- FTC - Checks from the Government
- FDIC - When People Face Tough Times, Crooks Try to Profit
- PA.Gov - Fraudsters Using New Tactics to Steal Personal Data During COVID-19 Pandemic
- Economic Impact Payment Information Center
Scammer Can Fake Caller ID Info
Scammers are using fake caller ID information to trick you into thinking they are someone local, someone you trust – like a government agency or police department, or a company you do business with – like your bank or cable provider. The practice is called caller ID spoofing, and scammers don’t care whose phone number they use. One scammer recently used the phone number of an FTC employee... Read More.
Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC.
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Conducting Your Transations Online
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Computer Repair Scam
Staying Protected While Always Connected
The Small Business Guide to Corporate Account Takeover
Student Loan Debt Relief Scam
Holiday Shopping Tips from the FTC
Social Security Scam
Online Dating Scams! Click here for more information and video.
Put the brakes on phony online car sales
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