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Reasons to Not Skip a Home Inspection

Shopping for a new home can be an exciting blur of listings, neighborhood scouting and open houses. There’s so much to consider! You want a house in the perfect neighborhood with that gorgeous kitchen and great yard, all within your budget. And then, it all finally comes together and you think you’ve found your dream

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Common Scams to Watch for After the Holidays

The mad holiday rush may be over, but scammers aren’t slowing down. The post-holiday weeks bring an increase in scams that, unfortunately, are quite believable during this time of year. Don’t be the victim of a post-holiday scam! Read on to learn about the common ways fraudsters seek to dupe consumers after the holidays: Gift-picking. You

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2018 Marks Another Successful Year for DoverPhila

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union continues to strive in the financial industry while giving back as it wraps up its 65th year of serving Tuscarawas County. The credit union gave back $1.5 million to its members. DoverPhila is a community-focused, not-for-profit financial institution controlled by its members making it possible to reward those members with a

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Warm Up to the Bill Pay Winter Sweepstakes

Pay bills online with DoverPhila Federal Credit Union’s online bill pay in December and January for entries into the 2018 Bill Pay Sweepstakes. Two cash prizes of $5000 will be awarded EACH month during the promotion! To enter for a chance to win, complete one of these options: Add 5 new payees to DoverPhila’s bill

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DoverPhila Gives Back to Youth Members and the Community

Image: DP’s Kids Club and cu$aver members present a check to the local Salvation Army The holidays came early for DoverPhila Federal Credit Union’s youngest members and its local Salvation Army. On December 7, the credit union gave a $10 holiday gift to its DP’s Kids Club and cu$aver members – over 1,400 youth. The

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Don’t Be A Victim of Social Security Fraud

Any of the hundreds of scams around today can make you feel like we live in a world gone mad. How cruel can someone be to con a poor victim out of thousands of dollars? But one of the most heartless scams making the rounds is the one targeting the elderly who depend on Social Security

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8 Reasons To Shop Local on Small Business Saturday

Mega e-tailers, like Amazon and Walmart, may monopolize online commerce, but it’s the small businesses across the country that keep the economy going. In fact, according to the Small Business Administration (SBA), the 28 million small businesses in America account for 54 percent of all sales in the country. Small businesses create jobs, build a

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5 Scams to Avoid on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be great fun – but they can also put you at great risk. Scams abound on the weekend that heralds the holiday shopping season, and you don’t want a phishing scheme or a bogus bargain to turn you into a Grinch.  Here are five scams to look out for

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Do You Still Need a Landline?

Your landline – should you or shouldn’t you get rid of it? If you’re feeling like your landline has got to go, you’re not alone. Landlines are quite outdated. In fact, the National Center for Health Statistics reports that more than half of American homes exclusively used wireless phone service during the first half of

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How to Choose the Correct Credit Card for You

Choosing the best credit card for your lifestyle can have a considerable impact on your overall financial health. In an Ohio Credit Union League 2018 consumer survey, 73 percent of respondents stated they use at least one or two credit cards every month. Of those who regularly utilized credit cards, 39 percent carried up to

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Fake Check Scams on the Rise

In early September, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) released a report warning about a spike in fake check scams across the country. While these scams are not new, their occurrence rate has doubled over the last three years and is up 12% from 2017.  The BBB further announced that billions of dollars in fake checks

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All You Need to Know About Buying a Used Car

Buying a previously owned vehicle can be a great way to save big on one of your most valuable possessions. If you’re shopping for an amazing deal on wheels, then follow the steps below for a smoother ride! Step 1: WORK OUT A BUDGETHow are you paying for your new set of wheels? Your purchase

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Staying Safe Online

With the average American spending 24 hours a week online, internet safety is more important than ever. A hacked or compromised computer can put you at risk for money loss, phishing scams, or even complete identity theft. If your computer’s security has been breached, then it can be turned into a “middle man” for online

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Back-To-School Shopping Hacks

Between new backpacks, textbooks, a long list of supplies and a fresh autumn wardrobe, most parents are looking at a bill of close to $700 for school-related expenses this season. Be proactive and save big! Read on for our handy list of back-to-school shopping hacks that will help you keep more money in your wallet. 

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How to Stay Safe with the Wallet of the Future

Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and other mobile wallets are revolutionizing the checkout experience by blending two developments in payment infrastructure to save you time: near-field communication (NFC) and token encryption. Approximately one-third of all payment terminals nationwide have been updated to accept Apple Pay. It works on phones equipped with the necessary NFC equipment. If

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DoverPhila Partners with Area Organizations to Offer Financial Literacy Program

DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is partnering with OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County and United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. to offer a financial literacy workshop for area residents.  “Master Your Money – Simple Tips to Improve Cash Flow” is scheduled for Thursday, August 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at OhioMeansJobs Tuscarawas County located at 1260

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DoverPhila Federal Credit Union to Host Annual Kids’ Day

Mark your calendars for DoverPhila Federal Credit Union’s annual DP’s Kids Club Day. The family-fun event is scheduled for Saturday, August 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the credit union’s main office on Fillmore Avenue in Dover. The credit union is partnering with area organizations such as Tuscarawas County YMCA, Tuscarawas County Public

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Debit Card Safety

How do you pay for your purchases? It may be instinct for you to pull out any piece of plastic without thinking, but your random card of choice might not be the safest way to pay. Let’s explore when and how to use your debit card.  Credit and debit: How are they different? Appearances aside, your credit

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Seven Ways to Spring Clean for Extra Cash

When that first delightful spring breeze starts blowing, you know it’s time to get your house in shape. The warmer weather and the brilliant sunshine pouring through your windows can fill you with boundless energy. You’re going to banish those dust bunnies! Every piece of useless clutter must go! You are on a mission to

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