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Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: “New Approved Vaccines” Infect Your System with Malware

The COVID19 pandemic has led to many creative phishing attacks such as phony offers for free testing, claims that you have come in contact with an infected person, and even accusations that you have violated health and safety protocols. Scammers have come up with yet another Coronavirus-themed attack. This time, they are taking advantage of […]

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October Student of the Month – Kassity Lee

The Murphy-Wall PCHS Student of the Month for October is Kassity Lee. Her extracurricular activities include Cross Country, Soccer and Scholar Bowl. She is involved in Beta Club, Science Club and FBLA. Kassity plans to attend a four-year university for a degree in Marketing. She is pictured receiving her certificate from Murphy-Wall EVP/Chief Operations Officer […]

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Murphy-Wall employee, Barry Kellerman, gives PCHS student, Paige Epplin, the 2020 September Student of the Month Award

September Student of the Month: Paige Epplin

The Murphy-Wall PCHS Student of the Month for September is Paige Epplin. Her extracurricular activities include pom dance team, soccer and scholar bowl. She is involved in FFA, beta club and is her class president. Epplin’s college plans are to attend the University of Mississippi for pharmaceutical science and then attend pharmacy school. She is […]

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Scam of the Week: Scammers prey on your kindness during disasters

Check out the following information from the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) on how Scammers are taking advantage of your generosity by using false “charities”. Wildfires raging out West. The hurricane season. Civil unrest. And all of this happening during a global pandemic that has claimed its own devastating share of deaths and cost people their […]

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Scam of the Week – Department of Justice Imposters calling the Public as part of a Scam

From the Office of the Department of Justice, phone scams targeting the elderly are on the rise. See the article below directly from their news release. The Office of Justice Programs’ Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) has received multiple reports that individuals claiming to represent the Department of Justice are calling members of the […]

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SCAM ALERT! Be cautious of anyone asking you to pay by gift card.

There has recently been an increase in reports of scammers calling, emailing, or texting unsuspecting individuals demanding payments by gift card.  They could be posing as an IRS representative, collecting back taxes or fines; tech support asking for money to fix your computer, or even a family member in an emergency with urgent need for […]

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Murphy-Wall State Bank VP/Murphysboro Branch Manager Josh Rakers is pictured presenting a check to volunteers of Revitalize 62966.

Murphy-Wall State Bank Helps Revitalize

Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company recently donated to Revitalize 62966, a project making plans for art and beautification of the Murphysboro community. Several areas of development have been reported for this current endeavor, including a series of painted murals, educational vignettes of historical local notables, an apple sculpture display and festive street markings. Murphy-Wall […]

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Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Financial Relief Scam Targeting Organizations

The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact organizations across the globe. This hardship gives cybercriminals the perfect bait: a promise of financial relief. Currently, cybercriminals are impersonating the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) with a very convincing phishing email. While this specific scam targets organizations in the US, this tactic could be used in any […]

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Scam of the Week: Malicious Apps Asking for Extra Permissions

We live in an app-based world. From laptops to smart TVs, applications are used nearly everywhere. Learning which apps are safe can be tricky as cybercriminals continue to find new ways to exploit your trust. The latest scam involves third-party apps that request unusual permissions. Users are easily fooled into downloading these third-party apps because […]

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Murphy-Wall State Bank Marion Branch Manager, Bailey Thompson, and Assistant Branch Manager, Ashley Fosse, hold cats while presenting the FHLB COVID relief donation to Finding Forever Animal Shelter of Marion Director, Becca Baird

Murphy-Wall State Bank Donates to Finding Forever Animal Shelter

  Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company recently made a donation to Finding Forever Animal Shelter of Marion, as part of their COVID-19 relief funds. Funding was made possible through the assistance of FHLB of Chicago.   Finding Forever Animal Shelter Director Becca Baird is pictured with Murphy-Wall State Bank Marion Branch Manager Bailey Thompson, […]

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