Thursday, May 9, 2013
The cost to the bank has been "significant," an executive said. The news comes after thousands of Schnucks customers had their credit and debit cards compromised due to a security breach.
Customers of Commerce Bank should keep an eye on the mail. You're likely getting new debit cards, even if you didn't ask for one. Clayton-based Commerce Bancshares confirms that customers throughout the region are getting new cards as a precaution following a security breach at Schnucks grocery stores around the area that compromised customer financial data. Carl Bradbury, Commerce's Director of Consumer Products, wouldn't identify Schnucks by name in an interview Thursday but did acknowledge "a large event" where cards were considered compromised, prompting the move. The decision to re-issue does not mean that a customer's card was necessarily compromised, but that it was used during a time period where others were. Bradbury also said …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Patch rounds up local job listings to help with searches.
On the lookout for a job for you or someone else? Patch scoped out a few listings for employers hiring in the area. Who's Hiring: Commerce Bank What: Teller Where: Eureka Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: FCNB Insurance What: Insurance CSR Where: Eureka Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse What: Sales Associate Where: Ballwin Apply: View the job listing for more information. Who's Hiring: Dowco Enterprises, Inc. What: Inside Sales Representative Where: Chesterfield Apply: Contact Kelly Dowell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and see .PDF attached to this article for more information. Who's Hiring: Cherry Hill Photo Enterprises What: Part-time Seasonal Help (Bunny …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
A nice-sized financial donation to ensure holiday gifts are secured for disadvantaged children was made possible by this Wildwood college instructor who personally knows the importance of holiday gifts to children.
Rita Swiener, a St. Louis Community College-Wildwood professor, was awarded the 2012 Community Service Award sponsored by Commerce Bank at a luncheon held Nov. 30 in St. Louis. A grant totaling $6,500, funded by the William T. Kemper and Commerce Bancshares foundations, was given in Swiener's name to Santa’s Helpers, Inc. Santa’s Helpers provides toys, books and clothing to families throughout the St. Louis metro area, according to a news release about Swiener's recognition. With referrals from local schools and social service agencies, the organization’s goal is to ensure no child in the area is without gifts, regardless of their religious background. Santa’s Helpers is operated by a crew of dedicated volunteers, who collect, purchase and…
Saturday, August 25, 2012
The man cashed one legal check, followed by three forged checks, police said.
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- Joe Scott
Saturday, August 25, 2012
A Wildwood man was charged Aug. 16 with writing fake checks and cashing them last April. Michael Larocca, 32, of the 2500 block of Elm Forest Court in Wildwood, was charged with three counts of forgery. They are felony charges. Maryland Heights Police said Larocca cashed one check from a man legally. He then forged three more checks from the same man and cashed them at Commerce Bank at 12633 Dorsett Road in Maryland Heights, police said. Larocca said he cashed the checks to buy heroin and Oxycontin, according to the probable cause statement filed by Maryland Heights Police. Bond was set at $10,000. For more crime on Eureka-Wildwood Patch, see the following articles: