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Economic Impact Payments (EIP3s)

  If you have been anxiously waiting for the last round of EIP3 to reach your account, we’d like to help eliminate some of the confusion our customers may have surrounding the timing of the payments.  Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company would like to forward information we recently received as a member, from EPCOR, […]

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April Student of the Month

April Student of the Month – Cheyenne Lynch

  The Murphy-Wall State Bank PCHS Student of the Month for April is Cheyenne Lynch. At PCHS, she is the FFA President and is involved in Beta Club. Her extra-curricular activities include Softball and Cross Country. Her college plans are to attend Southern Illinois University Carbondale to major in Agriculture Education. Cheyenne is pictured receiving […]

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Celebrate Community Banking Week this April

  Community Banking Week is April 4 through April 10, and to celebrate, Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company is giving out Marigold seed packets at all five Murphy-Wall locations, Pinckneyville, Murphysboro, Elkville, Carterville and Marion. “Grow with us” and pick up your seed packet while supplies last!   The Community Bankers Association of Illinois […]

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Social Security Phone Scams

  While the latest round of stimulus deposits are now becoming available from the U.S. Treasury, as part of President Biden’s  $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, scammers have already been taking advantage of unsuspecting Americans, and some of them are hitting close to home. Beware of scammers calling you about your deposit through the latest […]

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Murphy-Wall State Bank Donates to Carterville Community United Pantry

  Murphy-Wall State Bank Donates to Community United Food Pantry Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company employees recently donated $1,000.00 to Community United Food Pantry in Carterville, raised through the bank’s 2020 Jean Day Program. Murphy-Wall State Bank Carterville Branch Manager Kyle Davis is pictured presenting a check to pantry volunteer and Food Chairman Emily […]

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Scam of the Week: “Dhl Express” Shipping Scam Spoof

  You’ve got mail!…or is this mail out to get you and your private information? Can you detect the warning signs of the shipping company scam currently circulating? According to the KnowBe4 Security Team at KnowBe4.com, cybercriminals are now taking to shipping-themed phishing attacks. Here’s how they do it:   While opening your email, watch […]

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March Student of the Month – Chloe Yates

  The Murphy-Wall State Bank PCHS Student of the Month for March is Chloe Yates. The main organization focus she is involved in is the school newspaper club. Her extra-curricular activities include high school volleyball / club (travel) volleyball. Chloe’s college plans are to study general education at Frontier Community College and play volleyball there. […]

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Scam of the Week: Exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic: Phony Form from HR

    For many months, organizations across the globe have been working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a new phishing attack, the bad guys target your feelings of stress or excitement about returning to the office.   The phishing email resembles something that your human resources department might send about returning to the […]

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Scam of the Week – Smishing with PayPal

  Scammers are at it again and targeting PayPal users with a new SMS Phishing or Smishing activity.  They try to trick unsuspecting consumers with a text message stating “PayPal: We’ve permanently limited your account, please click link below to verify.” If you click on the link provided, you are taken to a PayPal look-alike […]

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Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Financial Assistance Scams

  Financial Assistance Scams on the Rise As the global pandemic carries on, individuals and families worldwide are faced to struggle with the financial impact left in the wake of the virus. Meanwhile, scammers are launching phishing attacks claiming to offer assistance to those in need. According to KnowBe4.com, phishing emails are being sent out […]

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