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Kentucky Attorney General Announced Scam Alert Network

Gordon Kidd, CEO of United Cumberland Bank, today announce its partnership with the Office of the Kentucky Attorney General to better protect our valued clients from scams, frauds and con artists. In 2015, more than 3 million consumers in the United States were scammed out of $765 million, and reports suggest senior citizens lose nearly $37 billion annually to elder financial abuse.

United Cumberland Bank is encouraging its customers to sign up for Scam Alerts, an automated text or email alert system from the Attorney General’s Office that provides real-time alerts on the newest scam appearing in our Commonwealth. To enroll, text the words KYOAG Scam to GOV311 (468311), or enroll online at and select text message or email alert.

This free service is a great way to help yourself, family members, neighbors and our customers avoid falling victim to a scam.

Founded in 1906, United Cumberland Bank is honored to serve communities in both Kentucky and Tennessee with 6 branch locations throughout Whitley City and Pine-Knot,  KY; Oneida, Huntsville and Jacksboro TN.  At United Cumberland Bank, our employees  are our largest shareholder, so our staff has a stake in our customers’ satisfaction and financial success.  Your livelihood is our livelihood.  Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender. Visit for more information.

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