Our First Mastercard Sweepstakes Winner

We are proud to have one of the Mastercard sweepstakes winners be a customer at Pioneer Bank of Wisconsin! This time it was a $500 credit to the winner's account, but who knows what it will be next time! Don't miss out on your chance to be a winner. 

From statement credits to incredible getaways, you could be surprised when you use your Mastercard®.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. U.S. res 18+. Debit Pin & Int’l transactions ineligible. Ends 5/4/18.

Official Rules: jhasurprisespromo.com

Give the Gift of Warmth

The Mitten Tree is standing tall at the main office again this year! Stop in anytime between now and January 15th to drop off mittens, hats, and scarves. All donated items go to Rusk County Health & Human Services to help keep Rusk County warm this winter.

We want to surprise you with a getaway

Spend $10 or more with your Mastercard®for a chance to be surprised with a statement credit or a getaway to an incredible destination. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. U.S. res 18+. Debit Pin & Int’l transactions ineligible. Ends 5/4/18.  Official Rules: jhasurprisespromo.com

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Shopping Reminder

As the biggest shopping season of the year approaches, we have a couple reminders for you.

Debit cards have a daily purchase limit of $500. If you plan to spend more than $500, call the bank ahead of time to have your limit raised. This will save you time and frustration while in the checkout line.

We strongly advise against using your debit card for online purchases. Using a debit card online puts you at a greater risk for fraud. If you are contacted by the fraud center via phone, text, or email, please respond either "yes" or "no" to the transaction(s) in question. If you do not respond, your debit card will be blocked for your protection.

If you have any questions, please contact the bank.

Fraud Center Alerts

On October 2nd, the Fraud Center will implement a new alert to notify customers of authorization restriction declines.

If your card is declined for attempting a restricted transaction, the Fraud Center will email and send a text message 24/7 letting you know they have attempted a restricted transaction. You will have the option to confirm fraud, or if valid you will be asked to contact the financial institution for further assistance.

This new rule will help you understand why your transaction failed and gives you the opportunity to confirm fraud immediately. Transactions declined in real-time are highly suspect and should be reviewed by you. The Fraud Center will not place a voice call to you for these types of transactions.