Stewart Title of Alaska has operated in the 49th state for 25 years. In that time the company has seen quite a few changes. It's changed its name from Pacific Rim Title through a merger and grown from seven to 32 employees. The one thing that hasn't changed is the company's commitment to excellent customer service in title work and escrow services.
Advances in technology have made it increasingly easy for criminals to manipulate or counterfeit checks, making fraud control a major concern for Alaska businesses. With First National's fraud prevention service, Positive Pay, your business will have full confidence that only the checks you issue will be paid. Positive Pay is a check matching service that helps curb and eliminate common fraud attempts against your business and the bank.
Diana Morlan's banking history dates back more than 20 years to her high school days. She was part of a group of students participating in an on-the-job training program, where she was chosen to work for a local bank in her hometown of Bemidji, Minnesota. And the banking thing just kind of stuck.
In today's world, the Internet offers many opportunities for businesses to grow. Fraudsters also recognize the potential of the Internet. But there are ways you can protect yourself and your business from becoming victims of fraud.
Go to www.FNBAlaska.com/fraud for more online fraud protection tips.
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