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8 Tips for Protecting Yourself Online

Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to cybercrime. According to the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, 143 million U.S. consumers were victims of cybercrime – more than half of the country’s adult online population – with losses totaling nearly $19.5 billion. Norway Savings Bank recommends the following tips to help keep your information safe online: […]

Protect Yourself Online

No matter how tech savvy you are, cybersecurity should be top of mind anytime you use the internet. If that sounds overwhelming, don’t stress. You don’t need to be an expert. Good cybersecurity isn’t complicated. Whether you’re messaging with friends, streaming music, watching movies, buying clothes, or paying bills, there are basic cybersecurity rules anyone […]

5 Ways to Make Money as a Kid

Are you looking to make a few extra bucks? Maybe you’re struggling to figure out how you can earn enough money to make a special purchase. We want to help! Here are 5 easy ways you can start earning & saving! We bet mom & dad will be on board! Collect bottles & cans: Get […]

Effective 1/19/23: Maine Cash Access will be discontinued

To our Valued Customers, We are writing today to share news with you regarding Maine Cash Access (MCA). When MCA was formed in the year 2000, there were more than 16 community banks offering 230+ surcharge-free ATMs. Over the years, several banks have exited the alliance and today there are only 10 member banks with […]

Check out our new, improved overdraft terms

There is nothing more important to us than helping you manage your finances. To that end, we are excited to announce new, improved overdraft/nonsufficient funds terms for your NSB account(s) which will become effective October 3, 2022. It’s our hope and expectation that they will help reduce costly and regrettable overdraft fees. Please note these […]

A message about current events from our President & CEO, Dan Walsh

With the unsettling events unfolding in Europe, we would like to reassure and share with you what Norway Savings Bank is doing to keep your funds safe and secure. Norway Savings Bank’s IT infrastructure and systems are incredibly secure. Our experienced IT team constantly monitors, secures and tests all information security assets.  We also have […]


While it’s likely that you access the internet nearly every single day, that doesn’t mean that you can let your guard down when it comes to your cybersecurity. It’s almost impossible to imagine life without electronic devices. How would you keep in touch with your friends, listen to music, watch movies, buy tickets, make payments, […]

Milestone Branch Anniversaries provide donations to Maine nonprofits

In 2020, Norway Savings Bank celebrated milestone anniversaries at four of our branches: Gorham – 15 years Congress Street, Portland – 20 years Topsham – 35 years Fryeburg – 45 years During normal years, we would have celebrated in person, but due to the pandemic, we decided to connect with our communities by providing support […]

Can You Spot a Phishing Scam?

Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts and calls from scammers pretending to be their bank. And in this time of expanded use of online banking, the problem is only growing worse. In fact, the Federal Trade Commission’s report on fraud estimates that American consumers lost a staggering $1.9 billion to […]

Fraud is on the rise

In these times of crisis, fraudsters take advantage of the public’s fear, anxiety and uncertainty to step up their attempts to obtain sensitive, personal information, thereby allowing them to steal identities and, potentially, money. This week, we were made aware of a scam targeting Norway Savings Bank customers.  The fraudsters called various NSB customers saying […]