There are a variety of reasons that have led you to this point: the time when you decide something has to change. You need a checking account that works for you, not against you. Maybe you have moved to a new city, or your marital status has recently changed. Perhaps you are tired of excessive fees, or maybe you are unable to access the checking account features you need with your current financial institution. Whatever the case may be, opening a new checking account might be the best option for you.
News & Updates
Has your pay been impacted by the Government Shutdown? You may be eligible for Government Shutdown Assistance from USCCU! US Community Credit Union is offering the following ways to help those whose pay has been impacted by the shutdown.
We are pleased to announce an added login security feature that helps guard your personal information by adding another layer of identity verification to online banking.
The new USCCU website is now live! Take a look around and let us know what you think (we have a feeling you're really going to like the new layout).
We are excited to announce a new USCCU website is getting ready to launch. In the upcoming weeks, you will notice a fresh, easier to use usccu.org.
They're at it again! Every year, tax season brings a fresh crop of scammers with yet another way to con you out of your money – and sanity. The IRS and the FTC are both warning the public about a series of tax-related scams to be wary of during this busy and stressful time.
Although it's been said breakfast is the most important meal of the day, there may be a new contender rising. Recent studies are showing that employees who take a designated lunch break are more likely to be productive in the afternoon and avoid long-term burnout.
Scammers seem like they're in every part of the economy. If you make a purchase online, scammers are trying to get your credit or debit card number. If you check your email, scammers are trying to get you to download spyware. You might think you're safe conducting all your business in cash, but scammers are waiting in one location you can't get around: the ATM.
After a lifetime of hard work, many people expect to retire in some comfort and enjoy their remaining years. In some lines of work, especially public service professions like police and firefighting, the retirement package is a big part of the recruitment process.
Recently you may have received a text or email stating it was from a usccu.org email address, telling you a card would be blocked, and asking you to provide personal account information or your account would be deleted…