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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Partner with The Coop to Fund Bradford Access Project

Two of Cape Cod’s Oldest Institutions Team Up to Increase Accessibility and Tourism in Greater Provincetown The Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association/Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) and The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod announced a strategic partnership to fund the Bradford Access Project. The initiative is aimed at constructing an inclined elevator that will […]

Bank On It: April 2020 – A message from Lisa Oliver

I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. Our world has changed in the past few weeks, but we’ve adapted. We’ve learned about social distancing, working from home, and so much more. On behalf of everyone at The Coop, I’d like to thank all of the essential workers – from those working […]

The Coop Announces Key Appointments to Residential Lending Team

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is pleased to announce the appointment of new executives to their lending team.  Shanika Rogowski joins the bank as Senior Vice President, Chief Residential Lending Officer. Steven Taylor has been appointed Vice President, Residential Lending Operations Manager. Rogowski has worked in the banking industry for more than 25 years […]

Philanthropic Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

Supporting the community through charitable giving has always been part of the mission of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. That mission stands firm during these uncertain times. In response to the great need triggered by the global pandemic of COVID-19, $200,000 in community aid will be released from The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod […]

The Coop becomes member of DIF

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is pleased to announce it is apart of the Depositors Insurance Fund, also known as DIF. On March 17, 2020, The Co-operative Central Bank (CCB) and its Share Insurance Fund (SIF) were merged into the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF).  As a result of this merger, all co-operative banks became members […]

Money Mule Scams

A Money Mule scam is a type of scam in which criminals use their victims to move stolen funds. Money mule scams can take many forms, and commonly involve online dating, work-at-home jobs or prizes. In a typical scam, the fraudster sends the victim money to deposit into a bank account and then asks them […]

Avoid Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks

Unfortunately, when events such as the current Pandemic dominate the news, cyber-criminals also take notice. In times like these, you should be on high alert for increased Social Engineering Attacks. The article below comes directly from the Department of Homeland Security CISA Team. What is a social engineering attack? In a social engineering attack, an […]