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Santa in the Branch

JOIN US FOR A HO- HO- HO-LIDAY EVENT

We’re hosting Santa in our Branch on December 2!

Stop in between 9 am to 11 am so you can

  • Visit with Santa
  • Enjoy a Festive Treat
  • Snap a Santa Shot

This event is free, but please consider bringing a new, unwrapped gift or monetary donation for our Toys for Tots Toy Drive. Your donations will help a needy child in our community.

The Cost of Fraud is Rising

According to the Federal Trade Commission, American consumers lost $8.8 billion to fraud in 2022 – 30% more than in 2021.

To protect your money and help prevent fraud, we remind our members to be ever vigilant with personal information.

Unless you are expecting contact from your financial institution you should always use caution when you get unexpected calls or emails.

Scammers are coming at consumers any way they can. The most common contact methods include text messages, phone calls and emails.

They will attempt to trick you into action with pieces of personal information they’ve already gathered before contacting you.

Be Aware of These Common Fraud Types:

Imposter Scams – Scammers contact you pretending to be a trusted party that requires a payment on an “overdue” account.

Prize, Sweepstakes and Lottery Scams – “Companies” contact you saying you’ve won a prize, but they need your account information to transfer it or a payment to ship it.

Investment Scams – Criminals present you with a too-good-to-be-true investment opportunity that requires a cash deposit but promises an amazing return.

Even the savviest of consumers can fall victim to fraud. Trust your instincts and use caution. If the caller seems overly insistent, ask for a callback number for further verification.

Digital Access to Your Statements

Have you ever misplaced your paper statement or wished you had access to one from the past?

Enroll in Online Banking to get access to current and past statements.

Here’s How:

  • Click the Bank Online button above
  • Choose Enroll Now

Once we verify your account, you can opt-in for eStatements and convenient access to your accounts.

Employee News

Congratulations, Lucinda Crutchfield!

Lucinda was recently promoted to a Loan Officer position within the credit union. Stop in and see her about an auto, HELOC or personal loan. She’s ready to serve you for all your lending needs!

Or call the credit union today.

Upcoming Events & Closures

Mark your calendars for these upcoming events:

  • Shred Day, October 6 from 11am to 1pm
  • Santa in the Branch, December 2 from 9am to 11am

The credit union will be closed in observance of the following holidays:

  • Columbus Day, October 9th
  • Veterans Day, November 10
  • Thanksgiving Day, November 23
  • Christmas Day, December 25

If It’s Too Good to Be True…

A recent flurry of calls that indicate you’ve been “pre-approved for benefits” is another fraud attempt to get your personal information.

If you receive these calls asking to verify your full name and date of birth, immediately hang up the phone.

These scammers are trying to build a data profile on you so they can apply for credit cards or services in your name. Once they fill in all the blanks, they can run up huge amounts of debt in your name.

Never share your personal information over the phone. Anytime you receive an unexpected call, ask the caller to provide a call back number. If they hesitate, it’s likely they are not reputable. Hang up, then call back at a phone number you know to be legitimate.

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