Summer Skip-a-Payment

The PCFCU Summer Skip I see sunshine – longer days – warmer weather ! If you have a PCFCU loan and would like to skip a loan payment to keep the cash for some summer fun, complete and return a Summer Skip A Payment. Most PCFCU loans qualify for our skip program; your loan needs to… Read full post »

Fraud Alerts

Federal Trade Commission Reports Rise in Fraud Schemes Related to Small Businesses and to Grandparents and more. The Federal Bureau of Consumer Protection has recently issued two alerts: Small Business Alert — If you own a small business or work for one, you’ve seen the headlines about financial relief that may be available to some… Read full post »

Emergency Skip-A-Payment

The COVID-19 coronavirus is not only threatening our health but our economics as well. If you find yourself with reduced hours or laid off, give us a call and lets see what we can do to help. If you feel unable to make loan payments, complete a Skip-a-Payment Application, submit to us either via email… Read full post »

Teaching Kids And Teens Smart Money Habits

  Think back to how you formed your financial habits. Did you learn everything you needed in school? From your parents? If you could go back and talk to your younger self, what financial pitfalls would you tell yourself to avoid? If you have children of your own, you may be wondering how and when… Read full post »

NEW Email Phishing — supposedly from EPA

We have heard from a member about getting an email, purportedly from the EPA, with their logo and “Sustainability in Eugene” header. It goes something like this: “The OR Department of Environmental Protection in conjunction with EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) are contacting you to ensure your business is in compliance with Federal Environmental Regulations…. Read full post »

BEWARE — NEW SCAM! ERR Old Scam Revamped

This new Evil Locky Ransomware Strain Evades Machine Learning Security Software Here is the latest tactic in the cat-and-mouse game between cybercrime and security software vendors. The bad guys have come up with a new ransomware phishing attack, tricking users to open, what appears to be, a document scanned from an internal Konica Minolta C224e…. Read full post »