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The Do’s and Don’ts of Public Wi-Fi

According to a recent Nielsen’s study published in February of this year, the average American spends just over 34 hours each month on a mobile device. The continued increase in usage of mobile devices has led many businesses to offer

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The Columbus Day Video Most Banks Don’t Want You to See

Consider yourself warned. Chances are that your bank is closed on Monday, October 13th for Columbus Day. Yes, it’s one of those random bank holidays that applies—for the most part—only to bankers. To help get the word out about our change

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How to use Central National Bank’s Bill Pay

With Bill Pay from Central National Bank, you can schedule and track all of your payments in one centralized location: CentraNet online banking. In the video below, CNB’s Caitlyn Remson shows how you can send bill payments, schedule recurring payments,

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Understanding Primary vs. Secondary Mortgage Options

A mortgage has become synonymous with home financing, but it’s important to understand there’s not just one type of mortgage. In fact, there are many different lending options at your disposal when it comes time to purchase your home, and

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Three things you need to know about ransomware

In the world of online security, trends come and go, and cybercriminals will ride out a trend for as long there’s opportunity to make money. Within the last several months, cybercriminals have been riding a particular type of malware, coined

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Drayton McLane III elected to Central National Bank board

Earlier today, Bill Nesbitt, chairman and CEO of Central National Bank, announced that Drayton McLane III has been elected to the board of directors of Central National Bank and its holding company, CentraBanc Corporation. McLane III, a native of Temple,

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You won’t believe these 10 outrageous security questions

We’re always striving to provide our customers with the latest in security prevention techniques. This isn’t new technology, but when our online banking detects abnormal behavior, it triggers one or more security challenge questions (ex. What’s the name of your

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Five ways to obtain (and keep) a high credit score

For someone who doesn’t work with credit bureaus every day, figuring out what causes your credit score to move up or down can be a lot like predicting the twist ending of an M. Night Shyamalan movie. Well, back when

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What Microsoft’s sunset of Windows XP means for XP users

As of April 8th, Microsoft has discontinued support of its Windows XP operating system, a system first introduced more than 12 years ago. This discontinuation of support is commonly referred to as a “sunset” within the technology industry. If you’re

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How to use a credit card without paying credit card interest rates

There’s something exciting about visiting another city and experiencing a different culture. So, several years ago, I started using a national credit card that rewards me with bonus miles for airline travel when I make purchases. While the bonus miles

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