The staff, officers, and directors of AmeriFirst Bank are very active in local and civic organizations in an effort to assist these organizations to meet their commitments to the community, as well as allow the Bank to inform these organizations and its members of how we intend to meet their needs and the needs of the individuals in the community.
Ransomware In response to the pandemic, many end-users are now working from home instead of commuting to their business locations. Homes are being used as business offices, and computers and networks are being shared by family members. Families are taking classes, doing homework, and surfing the web in addition to performing business functions. The data [...]
Compromised Email Account? Here’s What to Do An email account can be compromised in a number of different ways. In some cases, your password may be weak and easily guessed or obtained through a public breach. In other cases, you may have clicked on a malicious link in an email, social networking site, or webpage. [...]
Friday, April 9, 2021 Annual fundraising event benefiting the Alabama Special Olympics. The Opelika Police Department will be fundraising at the Tiger Town Kroger from 8:00 A.M until 8:00 P.M. with the added help of Lee County Sherriff’s Department. The Cops on Top event is a regional effort to [...]
Volume 15, Issue 7 • July 2020 Monthly Security Tips Newsletter 6 Common Elderly Scams to Watch Out For and How to Stay Safe A scam can be initiated via the computer (email, internet, social media), text, postal mail, in person, or a phone call. No matter the origin of the scam, the [...]
The Directors, Officers, and Employees of AmeriFirst Bank are very active in the Bullock, Montgomery, Autauga and Lee County Communities. The activities of these persons include, but are not limited to: