Category Archives: Merger FAQs

Welcome FNB – Fox Valley. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

There have been some good questions as FNB-Fox Valley transitions to Nicolet National Bank. We look forward to talking with you to answer any other questions you may have. Contact your local banker or [email protected] Download printer-friendly FAQs  If your question is not answered here, please contact us at [email protected]   General Questions Debit/Credit/ATM Card Questions […]

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General Questions Question: When is the merger between Baylake Bank and Nicolet National Bank taking place? Answer: The merger will occur over the weekend of April 30-May 1, beginning after the close of business on Friday, April 29. All Baylake Bank branches will reopen the following Monday, May 2, as Nicolet National Bank branches. The […]

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Scam Alert: Tax Season Brings New Filing Schemes

Friday, January 26, 2018

“With the 2018 tax filing season kicking off this week, the IRS today issued a warning about an emergent identity theft tax scam that targets tax preparers’ computers and, in some cases, involves depositing funds in victims’ bank accounts. The agency warned that cybercriminals are sending phishing emails to tax preparers that contain malware allowing them to [...]

Determination. Effort. Results! 3% Can Make a Big Difference

Monday, February 12, 2018

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Business Pulse - Cybersecurity has emerged as a major issue for CEOs

Monday, July 27, 2015

CEOs Express Concern about the Cybersecurity of their Business. Read the full report here. Business Pulse – JUNE 2015 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CYBERSECURITY  

Nicolet Bankshares, Inc. 2nd Quarter 2015 Earnings Release

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Nicolet Bankshares, Inc. (OTCQB: NCBS) earnings release for 2nd quarter 2015. 2Q15 Earnings Release

How to Ensure a Good Credit Score

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

First, let’s understand how your credit score is determined. Your credit score is broken down into five categories weighted accordingly: Payment history = 35% Total amount owed = 30% Length of credit history = 15% New credit = 10% Type of credit in use = 10% MAKE YOUR PAYMENTS ON TIME. This is the most [...]

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