Investment Scam Chameleon

Rascal Report: Volume 3

Think you have what it takes to catch a scam? Con-Million the Chameleon is back with another installment of the Rascal Report. The scams and amounts lost in the stories below are real, but the names used are not. The Investment Connoisseur Matthew was approached by an investment connoisseur named Martha on LinkedIn. Martha was…

Skip-A-Pay 2022

Digital Banking 101: How to Request Skip-A-Pay

Skip-A-Pay* is now available through digital banking for members with eligible loans. This feature makes it easier than ever for qualifying members to take advantage of Skip-A-Pay. We’ve put together a few quick tips and reminders to help adjust to the change from mailed forms to digital banking. Getting Started You must sign in to…

Investment Scam Chameleon

Rascal Report: Volume 2

Do you have what it takes to catch a scam? October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and Con-Million the Chameleon is back with another installment of the Rascal Report. The scams and amounts lost in the stories below are real, but the names used are not. The Remote Gig Ben had been out of work for…

Helpful Imposter Scam

Rascal Report: Volume 1

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Americans lost over $8.8 billion to fraud in 2022. How? Read three real life stories in this installment of the Rascal Report to see how some common scams work. The scams and amounts lost are real, but the names used are not. Helpful Imposter Barry received a call…

Annual Meeting Giveaway 2021

Digital Banking Conversion Quiz

Get prepared for our new digital banking experience and enter for a chance to win one of ten $100 Amazon gift cards by taking our Digital Banking Conversion Quiz!* To enter, use the information from our Online Help Center to fill out the Digital Banking Conversion Quiz and score 80% or higher. Entries accepted through…

Scams to be Aware of in 2020

Scam Alert: “Compromised Account”

We have received reports of fraudsters posing as CFCU representatives and calling, texting, or emailing members about their account(s) being compromised. The fraudsters are asking the member to provide their personal information, including member number, personal identification number (PIN), online banking username, and password to verify activity on their account.  You should never disclose confidential…

Scams to be Aware of in 2020

Scams to be Aware of

Every year, CFCU members, as well as members of other credit unions and banks, fall victim to fraudulent activities that can cost thousands of dollars. CFCU takes active measures to protect your accounts from intrusion, but it is important for you to take steps to keep your accounts, devices, and funds secure. Common Scams “Microsoft”…

Staying Secure Online

Staying Secure Online

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and we’ve put together a quick list of tips to help keep you safe online. Use a strong, unique password with a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. Do not reuse the same password for different websites. Reusing the same password across the web can make all…

Do More with Online Banking

Do More with Online Banking

Manage your finances with ease using the latest new features we’ve added to CFCU Online Banking! What’s New Search Your Transaction History Need to find a specific purchase or figure out how much money you spent at taco trucks last month? Now you can search your transaction history by date, keyword and amount within Online…

New Year's Money Resolutions

What Are Your $ Resolutions for 2018?

A New Year and a Fresh Start! A New Year means a new chance to set and reach your goals and resolutions, right? Make 2018 a success with a few of our top financial tips. Start a Rainy Day Fund Did you know that the majority of Americans don’t have enough money in their savings…