Unity Bank associate receives award for spotting scam


Provided photo Unity National Bank associate Megan Osborne at the Troy branch recently received the Service Excellence award for spotting a “grandparent scam” and preventing a Unity customer from losing $6,000. Had Megan not engaged with her customer and inquired about the large withdrawal, the Unity National Bank customer would have been a victim of a large fraud. The bank congratulated Megan and thanked her and the Troy team for handling a difficult situation with professionalism and compassion. Megan was presented the award by Unity National Bank President Scott Rasor (pictured).

Provided photo Unity National Bank associate Megan Osborne at the Troy branch recently received the Service Excellence award for spotting a “grandparent scam” and preventing a Unity customer from losing $6,000. Had Megan not engaged with her customer and inquired about the large withdrawal, the Unity National Bank customer would have been a victim of a large fraud. The bank congratulated Megan and thanked her and the Troy team for handling a difficult situation with professionalism and compassion. Megan was presented the award by Unity National Bank President Scott Rasor (pictured).


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Unity National Bank associate Megan Osborne at the Troy branch recently received the Service Excellence award for spotting a “grandparent scam” and preventing a Unity customer from losing $6,000. Had Megan not engaged with her customer and inquired about the large withdrawal, the Unity National Bank customer would have been a victim of a large fraud. The bank congratulated Megan and thanked her and the Troy team for handling a difficult situation with professionalism and compassion. Megan was presented the award by Unity National Bank President Scott Rasor (pictured).

Provided photo Unity National Bank associate Megan Osborne at the Troy branch recently received the Service Excellence award for spotting a “grandparent scam” and preventing a Unity customer from losing $6,000. Had Megan not engaged with her customer and inquired about the large withdrawal, the Unity National Bank customer would have been a victim of a large fraud. The bank congratulated Megan and thanked her and the Troy team for handling a difficult situation with professionalism and compassion. Megan was presented the award by Unity National Bank President Scott Rasor (pictured).
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/06/web1_Megan-Osborne-Service-Excellence-Award.jpgProvided photo Unity National Bank associate Megan Osborne at the Troy branch recently received the Service Excellence award for spotting a “grandparent scam” and preventing a Unity customer from losing $6,000. Had Megan not engaged with her customer and inquired about the large withdrawal, the Unity National Bank customer would have been a victim of a large fraud. The bank congratulated Megan and thanked her and the Troy team for handling a difficult situation with professionalism and compassion. Megan was presented the award by Unity National Bank President Scott Rasor (pictured).