Wildfire Relief Program

With wildfires raging through Oregon, many PCFCU members have been affected. To help, we have a few relief options available to our members. Emergency Skip-a-Payments: During this time we are considering all PCFCU loans for emergency skip payments. We’re also waiving the normal $35 skip fee. Submit our regular skip form or contact us at… 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 »

Capital One Breach

Some members may be affected by the Capital One breach.  For information about this breach, here is a link to their website. If you have questions about any PCFCU products, give us a call. To learn more about the Capital One breach, click here.

Scam Alert — DON’T be my Valentine!

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum has a warning for people looking for love online. If an online love interest asks you for money, it’s probably a scam. Every year, the Oregon Department of Justice receives heartbreaking reports about “romance scammers” – especially around Valentine’s Day – who create fake profiles and eventually convince people to send… Read full post »