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Personal Currents - June 2022

Mahalo for being a valued CPB customer.


In this month’s Currents newsletter, we highlight our next gen ATM features, share a customer’s testimonial about their digital banking experience, cover exciting summer events, and more!


Let’s dive in.


Latest Generation ATMs Offer Great Customer Convenience! 


At Central Pacific Bank, our latest generation ATMs have innovative features to provide you with a convenient alternative banking solution. These features include:

  • Choosing your exact denominations: $5, $20, $50, and $100
  • Easy cash and check deposit with no envelope or deposit slips needed
  • Funds made available immediately on cash and up to $250 for checks
  • And more!

Hear from one of our customers about his positive experience using our ATMs.

Our digital banking services, like our smart ATMs, are safe, secure, and convenient. They have also been an important tool throughout the pandemic where making it to a branch hasn’t always an option. Hear from Choco le'a owner Erin Kanno Uehara about how CPB's digital banking has helped her and her business the past few years.

To learn more about our digital banking services, visit

Summer Holiday Hours

In observance of Juneteenth and Independence Day, our branches and Customer Service Center will be closed Monday, June 20, and Monday, July 4. Visit to view our full 2022 holiday schedule. 

Even on holidays, remember that you can always utilize our CPB mobile banking app to bank safely and securely, when and where you want. To learn more, visit


Shaka by CPB Presents Honolulu Night Market 


Hosted by Shaka by CPB, the Honolulu Night Market returns after two years this summer! Get ready for a hot block party in Kakaako with food, fashion, art, and entertainment lighting up the streets, where the community can shop, eat, and mingle in the open air. Don’t miss out as the first 500 attendees will receive a FREE Shaka shirt!


When: Saturday, June 25, 6 – 10 p.m.
Where: Keawe Street and Auahi Street


For more information, visit


WE by Rising Tide Program Application Deadline Extended


WE by Rising Tide is accepting online applications through Friday, June 17!


This accelerator program for women entrepreneurs is comprised of a 10-week series of workshops designed to hone financial management, marketing, and leadership skills. The program also provides a host of benefits, including advertising opportunities to promote your business, and exclusive networking events with business leaders and women executives.


A cohort of 20 women entrepreneurs will be selected, with all program fees being covered by a grant from the CPB Foundation.


Applicant Requirements:

  • Business must be 51% woman owned and a for-profit entity
  • Business must be in operation for a minimum of three years and currently open for business
  • Minimum yearly revenue generation of $250,000 (2021)
  • Maximum yearly revenue generation of $5,000,000 (2021)

Click here to learn more about the WE by Rising Tide program or visit

Live Local Hawaii is in Kapolei This Month! 


Get ready for your chance to WIN $1,000, Kapolei! Central Pacific Bank is kicking off our second #LiveLocalHI campaign. Join us June 6 - July 4, 2022 at participating Kapolei businesses.

Click the link below for a list of Kapolei businesses that will be part of the campaign. Discounts will also be available at each store when you mention the #LiveLocalHI campaign.

1. Shop at any participating Kapolei business
2. Scan the QR code that will be present in each store
3. Be entered in for a chance to WIN a $1,000 grand prize! And our 2nd place winner will receive $500.

No purchase necessary. Only one submission per store is allowed. 


Celebrate Make Music Day at Central Pacific Bank


Make Music Day is a worldwide event celebrated in 120 countries and more than 1,000 cities, including Honolulu! CPB is proud to support the music and arts by hosting a public event in Hawaii this year.


You are invited to our Downtown Honolulu branch to listen to famous local artists while enjoying food and beverages in our Tidepools lobby area located on the first floor of Central Pacific Plaza at 220 S. King Street. The festivities take place Tuesday, June 21, beginning at 4 p.m.


Admission is free! For more information, please visit

  • 4:15 - 4:30 p.m. Hawaii Buddhist Academy Taiko
  • 4:30 - 4:50 p.m. Kekoa Kane
  • 5 - 5:20 p.m. Pomai Keawe & ʻOhana
  • 5:30 - 5:50 p.m. Kalei Gamiao
  • 6 - 6:20 p.m. Kaulike Pescaia
  • 6:30 - 6:50 p.m. Ben Vegas
  • 7 - 7:20 p.m. Bobby Moderow

Download the calendar reminders

Can’t make it to the branch? Tune in to Make Music Day’s livestream on Facebook at

Selling something online?
Don’t fall for the “Zelle® Business Account Upgrade” scam!


According to Zelle®, a scam is defined as being knowingly involved in a transaction, giving the ‘ok’ and authorizing a payment to be sent, but not receiving what was expected. Here is an example of a real-world scam:

  • Dave is selling a bike online for $1000. Aiko offers to buy Dave’s bike and will Zelle® him the money using his email address.

  • Dave receives an official-looking email from Zelle® saying a $1000 Zelle® deposit from Aiko is on hold and that he’ll need to ‘upgrade to a Zelle® Business Account’ to release it. To do that, Aiko must send him $500 more, which Dave must then return to her to complete a ‘business transaction.’ Once complete, all funds become available.

  • Dave thinks this is strange, but Aiko is willing to help and will send another $500, only if Dave promises to return it. Dave gives his word that he will return the money.
  • He receives another email saying a $500 Zelle® deposit is on hold until he sends a $500 payment back to Aiko. Dave, as promised, sends Aiko a $500 transfer and awaits the $1,500 deposit that’s been promised to him.

  • Unfortunately, there is no $1,500 deposit. There is no buyer, and Dave didn't pay attention enough to realize that the emails were fake. Dave has been scammed, and a scam like this isn’t covered by banks. A $500 lesson for Dave.

Zelle® is a safe and secure way to transfer funds - but only with people you trust. Never make Zelle® payments to people you don’t personally know, unless you have the item in hand. 


If you have any questions regarding scams or fraud, call our Customer Service Center at 808-544-0500.