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Anatomy of a Scam Email

How to Identify a Scam E-Mail Member Service Associate Lisa Burkhart is always on the lookout for ways to protect our members from fraud.  She recently shared an example of a scam email that reached her inbox, and some pointers on how to spot that the email is fake:...

Best of the Best 2022: Cleveland and Athens

To our members, thank you for your dedication to YOUR Credit Union! You take pride in the Credit Union that YOU own, and for that, we are extremely grateful. Without you, we would never be able to achieve the awards that we do. To our staff, thank you for your...

Credit Union vs. Bank Mortgage: Which is Better?

You found the perfect house, saved up your money and you’re ready to buy. Now, your next step is to get a mortgage. A commercial bank could be the obvious choice, but they aren’t the only option for your mortgage.  Credit unions also originate mortgage loans and work...

Closed Monday June 20th: Juneteenth

Juneteenth National Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans. Originating in Galveston, Texas, it has been celebrated annually on June 19 in various parts of the United States since 1865....

Walmart Phishing Scam

Multiple local residents have reported receiving a text to "confirm a purchase from Walmart. It asks them to text back yes or no. One member texted back no and got an immediate phone call. The caller said "let me see if I can get rid of this charge for you" and that's...

Should You Get A Credit Card for Your High School Grad?

If your teen is graduating high school this spring, you probably have a lot on your mind.  So here's one thing you might not have considered: Have you taught your grad to manage credit? Whether they are moving out, heading to college, or living at home, your teen is...