Don’t be fooled by Scam — NCUA reports

NCUA (National Credit Union Administration) our governing body, is reported a Scam using “their” name (almost) and look-similar  logo.   The name used in this scam does not include the word “Administration”… Here are details: ALEXANDRIA, Va. (March 17, 2015) – The National Credit Union Administration has received reports of an online phishing scam that uses… Read full post »

Traveling? Call us before you go.

Because there is SO much fraud in the credit/debit card world, we have security in place designed to protect members from misuse of their cards.  We, therefore, suggest that members call us prior to traveling out of state/country (before departing).  This lets us know that unexpected card transactions are, indeed, expected and not a case… Read full post »

Are You Using An Old Browser?

Internet Explorer and Online Banking Microsoft has stopped providing support, including security updates, for Windows XP and XP-compatible Internet Explorer versions up to, and including, version 8.  In the past couple weeks, several online security vulnerabilities have been discovered that could compromise XP computers using these outdated browsers. For your security, and in keeping with… Read full post »

Navigating Cash Flow Workshop June 18

Sign up today for the NAVIGATING CASH FLOW workshop, presented by Mark Brauer, Prosperity Program Manager for Goodwill Industries of Lane and South Coast Counties. Learn how people spend, save and control (or don’t control) cash flow.  A healthy way to approach budget concerns.  Be introduced to “HellowWallet” a personal money management software program.  We… Read full post »

Press Release from NCUA — Vishing Scam

Press Release from NCUA (National Credit Union Administration) — Consumers Targeted by Vishing Scam Should Call Agency’s Hotline ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Jan. 21, 2014) – The National Credit Union Administration today warned consumers to beware of a new telephone fraud known as a “vishing” scheme, that is using the agency’s name in an attempt to obtain… Read full post »

Teaching Kids To Save — Tip #1

Here is the an interesting tip for parents who want to teach kids to save money. Make saving money visible in your home. Place a savings jar and/or piggy bank in every room in the house. And, place a savings jar and/or piggy bank next to every television you have in your home. Give saving equal or greater visibility to… Read full post »

Help us raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Bowl-a Thon

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