We would like to remind you to use your Century Next Mobile and Brella apps to set alerts and monitor your account fo [...] read more
In an imposter scam, a dishonest person lies and tricks you into sending money to them. They might call you on the phone, contact you through social media, or send an email or text. Imposters might try to get you to pay them by asking you to buy a gift card, wire money, or send cash to them in the mail.
As EMV chip technology and real-time fraud alerts have improved for debit card transactions, criminals have unfortunately resorted to check fraud. Mobile deposit services make check fraud even more enticing for fraudsters, as they now don’t even have to visit their bank to make their deposit and avoid the risk of physical inspection of the actual check.
Century Next Bank is pleased to announce Nick Austin as our new Market President for Ashley County.
Nick has been employed as a lender with Century Next Bank for the past three years and has been in the banking industry for thirteen years. He grew up in Ashley County where he began his banking career, left for a brief period to work in Oklahoma in the oil and gas industry, but then [...]Read Full PostTags: Press Release
We are closely monitoring fraudulent debit card transaction attempts at Walmart.com. We understand that this merchant does not verify the address or CVV code associated with debit cards, making it easier for fraudsters to make purchases using random debit card numbers and card expiration dates until they finally get a match and the card works for them.
Due to the large [...]Read Full PostTags: Education | Debit Cards
A note from Kellie Coulter, Vice President - Operations Manager: As Operations Appreciation Week comes to a close, we are SO thankful to have such hardworking, caring, and resilient employees on our team. Our frontline [...]Read Full PostTags: Personnel
The Electronic Banking Department, is pleased to share that our partner Shazam has an -800 number that CNext customers can call 24/7 to inquire about a denied debit card transaction. Even if you’re shopping online at 2am on Saturday night, you can call the number to inquire about a denied transaction.