HVSB Employees Give Back to the Community Casual For A Cause Program Raises over $1,800 
Once a month, Huron Valley State Bank holds a special Casual for a Cause (Jean's Day).  This program allows employees to wear jeans in exchange for providing a donation for the designated charitable cause.  The causes are either for an individual in need or a large scale community program.  In 2017, the Casual for A Cause program raised over $1,800. More Info.
New Version of Online Bill Pay
Huron Valley State Bank has upgraded Bill Pay to make paying bills better, easier and more convenient than ever, giving you more freedom to enjoy life. If you have never used Bill Pay before, we strongly encourage you try it out by enrolling for free. You can do this by signing on to online banking, selecting bill pay, and then choose the enroll feature.   More Info.
The Huron Valley Promise
For Incoming Huron Valley Kindergartners
The Huron Valley Promise was created in 2009 by a group of area business, education, government and civic leaders dedicated to improving the future of all Huron Valley students and the Huron Valley community. It is a financial support system designed to initiate savings accounts to be used for post secondary education. It provides a one time grant toward the child's education. 
To be eligible, parents must have a child who is 6 years of age or younger entering the Huron Valley Schools District. The parents must open a 529 Michigan Education Savings Program account for their child with a $25 minimum deposit. Those that have applied will receive a $200 one time contribution from the Huron Valley Promise. (If the families have already started a 529 State Sponsored Savings Program they can receive a $100 grant). More Info.
Have You Experienced The Difference With Local Mortgage Services? Then Please Refer Us!
If you enjoy the personal service you received at our bank for a mortgage or other services, we would like to say a sincere "thank you" for your business.  The highest compliment for an exemplary experience is to tell your family and friends about Huron Valley State Bank. To sweeten the appreciation, we will pay you $150 for referring a friend, family, or co-worker who closes on a new Residential home mortgage. Contact Susan Bowen at 248.387.6089. NMLS #165990. 

New customer must mention this promotion and provide current customer's name.  Deposit of incentive will be made within 60 days of new customer closing on mortgage. New customer cannot be an existing customer of the bank.  A 1099-INT may be issued for the value of the incentive.  Referral incentive is limited to 5 per referring account. Offer expires 03/31/18; however, Huron Valley State Bank reserves the right to cancel or modify this program. Offer may not be combined with any other offer. 
Mobile Deposit
Snap a Picture of Your Check Today 
Our new Mobile Deposit feature on our FREE mobile app, "HVSB Mobile" lets you snap a picture of a check and deposit it anywhere, anytime! Download the app and make depositing checks easier than ever!

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Ever Wonder How Exactly Passwords Get Cracked? 
We all know weak and overused passwords are a cybercriminal's map to your online world of information. It's one of the most common entry points into snagging your private information, allowing them to hack email accounts, install malware, steal identities, and much more. However, understanding just how this info is gained by the bad guys shines a light of help. Knowing how they work gives insight into stopping their success. Learning specifically how and why you're vulnerable to attack is huge. For once, you may just understand how to stay a step ahead of cyberthieves. More Info
Meet Mamta Chaudhry
Customer Service Representative - Highland

Mamta Chaudhry joined the banking team of Highland in May of 2016. In her role as Customer Service Representative, she helps customers with opening accounts, assisting with transactions, and overseeing the vault.  "I love HVSB and look forward to coming here every morning. Everybody is so good, full of fun, and they care for each other. The customers are also very nice. It is just like you have another family," said Mamta.  Outside of work she enjoys spending time with family and friends, singing, dancing, listening to music and traveling. 
Children Can Also Be ID Theft Victims
Children are targeted by cybercriminals more often than one may think. Some statistics show one in 40 kids have been victims of identity theft. According to former law enforcement veteran and author, Robert Chappell, 1.3 million children have their identities stolen each year; 50% of them are under the age of six and in over 50% of those cases, the perpetrator is someone known by the victim. Those are shocking statistics. Cyberthieves specifically point their attacks toward children because the risk of being detected is low.  More Info.
Two years ago Roger Brooks joined the Huron Valley State Bank team as Courier.  In his role he is responsible for picking up and delivering packages around town.  His regular visits are warmly welcomed by our business customers and bank partners.  Also last November he recently celebrated his 80th birthday!
Fun Money Fact
A farm in Delaware mulches more than four tons of U.S. cash into compost every day. In previous eras, worn out bills were pierced or burned.

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