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Identity Theft Awareness Week comes to a close on February 5, but the risk of identity theft remains. At The Village Bank, the security of your information is a top priority, and as threats continue to grow and evolve, we will continue working hard to keep you safe and informed. The following is a list of resources outlining what identity theft is, how to protect yourself from it, and steps to take in the event identity theft strikes.

If you feel you have fallen victim to identity theft, please contact The Village Bank immediately at (617) 969-4300.

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