Banknotes Blog


How We Became Lake Ridge Bank

We knew right from the start that one of the most important decisions we would need to make was what to name our new bank.

We are excited to share that we are upgrading our personal digital banking experience this summer.

Romance scams continue to be one of the industry leaders in fraud. Romance scams are cyber-crimes committed on social networks.

Say goodbye to complicated processes and say hello to convenience with TransferNow, a feature offered by Lake Ridge Bank.

Your credit score is one of the most important numbers in your financial life. It affects your ability to borrow money, the interest rates you pay, and even your insurance premiums and rental applications.

If you’re looking for a way to save time, money, and trees, make sure you are signed up for eDocuments for your Lake Ridge Bank accounts. Our electronic statement tool lets you access your account statements and notices online anytime, from anywhere.

The Lake Ridge Bank mobile deposit tool lets you deposit checks using your smartphone or tablet. Mobile deposit is fast, secure, and free for all Lake Ridge Bank customers.

Account alerts are a digital tool that helps you stay on top of your finances. They let you receive instant notifications on your mobile banking app when certain activities happen on your account. You can customize them to suit your needs and preferences.

Money can be one of the biggest stressors in a relationship. Being on the same page about how to handle it can be a game changer for many couples.

This month marks my 25th anniversary at the bank. I thought perhaps sharing my perspective about work might help others find more joy in their jobs.

Regardless of one's relationship status, wealth (or life) planning is important, but it's particularly critical for singles without kids.

As another school year approaches, many families will be having discussions about finances as students prepare to go off to college.

With the year winding down and holiday shopping well underway, have you thought about taking stock of your finances from the last 12 months?