In 2012, identity theft affected the lives of 12.6 million consumers nationwide. What is identity theft? Identity theft occurs when someone uses another person’s personal information such as name, Social Security number, driver’s license number, credit card number or other identifying information to take on that person’s identity in order to commit fraud or other crimes. In 12 percent of identity theft cases, the victim knew the perpetrator personally. Continue reading
At Community Bank of the Chesapeake, community is more than just our first name! Decked out in their red and white t-shirts, our Community Corps volunteers are dedicated to doing their part to give back, one organization at a time. In giving of their time and resources, the exemplify one of Community Bank’s core values; community-focused.
Among our persevering Community Corps members are employees, customers, family, friends and neighbors. They work hard to enhance the quality of local communities by partnering with organizations to help make a difference.