Skip-a-Payment

The PCFCU Skip Most PCFCU loans qualify for our skip program; your loan needs to be current. We allow skips on qualifying loan payments. Complete a Skip Application for each PCFCU loan you want to skip. We’ll let you know if the skip is available for that loan (have you already skipped on this loan… Read full post »

JULY Member Webinar — Safeguarding Kids’ Identity and Online Privacy

Take advantage of our monthly webinars. Here’s what we have this month: JULY — SAFEGUARDING KIDS’ IDENTITY AND ONLINE PRIVACY Today’s youth generation is tech-savvy and connected online. However, parents still play an important role in helping them avoid online hazards such as identity theft, privacy and cyberbullying. this workshop covers important issues including online… Read full post »

Yet Another Scam – This One A Grandparent Scam Where They Come to Your Front Door

In a new twist on an old scam, older adults all across the United States have been duped into handing over cash at their front door, thinking they’re helping a loved one who is in danger. It happened to a resident of Lake Oswego in October 2020, and the Oregon Department of Justice has reason… 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 »

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 »