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Tue, 04 June


Woodend Neighbourhood House

Banking Safely Online (Community Matters Info Session)

Join Community Bank Trentham & Districts for this informative Banking Safely Online education session.

Banking Safely Online (Community Matters Info Session)
Banking Safely Online (Community Matters Info Session)

Time & Location

04 June 2024, 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Woodend Neighbourhood House, 47 Forest St, Woodend VIC 3442, Australia

About the Event

What's it all about?

We're delighted to welcome Community Bank Trentham & Districts to the Woodend Neighbourhood House for a Banking Safely Online Community Matters session. 

Online banking and services are an integral part of Community Bank Trentham & Districts' customer offering, delivering ease, convenience and flexibility.

While the digital age provides many wonderful benefits, it’s also essential to be aware of the potential risks and take necessary precautions to ensure the protection of personal and financial information.

With this in mind, Community Bank Trentham & Districts is excited to offer a session for members of the local community that will provide tips, guidance and suggestions on how to minimise risks when banking online.

The session will include:  

  • The benefits and importance of engaging with online services.
  • Identifying and avoiding common online scams and fraud (such as phishing), and tips on protecting personal and financial data from identity theft.
  • How to use the features of Bendigo e-banking to help protect yourself from and/or respond to fraud and scam events.

With lots of handy hints provided, attendees will gain valuable insights into the best practices for banking safely online. There will also be plenty of time for  questions to be answered.

Bendigo Bank’s community focused education approach is enabling one-on-one connections between Community Bank Trentham & Districts and the public to help grow their digital capabilities, confidence and help more Australians safely navigate digital banking. This approach is in response to the growing problem of scams and fraud, with Australians losing more than $3 billion to scams in 2022, according to ScamWatch. 

Who will be there?

The session has been designed specifically for community and will be delivered by Community Bank Trentham & Districts' experienced staff, including Branch Manager Edyta Wyatt. 

Session Information

This Community Matters session is free to attend, however RSVP is encouraged. 

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