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How to avoid financial abuse in Hawaii

Hawaii News Digest, 14 November 2017, 0255 UTC, Post #15961.

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http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/36831654/smartmoney-monday-how-to-avoid-being-a-victim-of-financial-abuse

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Moanalua wins Bank of Hawaii 2017 Hawaiimoji Blitz Championship

Bank of Hawaii announced the winning school of its 2017 Hawaiimoji Blitz Championship Playoffs during the OIA championship game on Saturday.

Moanalua High School, whose Hawaiimoji logo sticker was shared more than 14 million times between Oct. 194 more words

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Bankoh warns of voice phishing scam

Hawaii News Digest, 27 September 2017, 0625 UTC, Post #15664.

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http://www.staradvertiser.com/2017/09/26/breaking-news/bankoh-warns-of-voice-phising-scam/

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Bank of Hawaii warns public about voice phishing scam


Bank of Hawaii is warning the public of fraudulent telephone calls made to customers and non-bank customers.

The caller states that the bank is proactively notifying Bank of Hawaii credit card holders that they would like to obtain them a better interest rate, and requests certain personal information, including name and credit card number, to do so. 121 more words

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Bank of Hawaii Corp. Q1 Income Advances 2%

Bank of Hawaii Corp. (BOH) announced earnings for its first quarter that increased compared to the same period last year. The company said its bottom line advanced to $51.

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Hawaii's Most Wanted: Faileaso Jennings

UPDATE: Faileaso Jennings was arrested on March 11, at approximately 4 p.m., at N. Nimitz Highway and River Street, for her $20,000 probation revocation warrant and $150 contempt warrant. 138 more words

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Suspect caught after allegedly robbing bank on King St.

Honolulu police arrested a man after they said he robbed a bank Thursday.

It happened at around 2:30 p.m. at the Bank of Hawaii branch on King Street, just past Keeaumoku Street. 158 more words

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