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Credit Score

Did you know with a higher credit score you’ll pay less for the same items?

Your credit score dictates the interest you’ll pay on your loans which translates to the amount of money you will pay monthly and the total amount of money you’ll pay over the life of the loan to borrow that money.  Many factors make up your credit score: payment history, amounts owed, trade lines, etc.  Let us help you understand and manage your credit score so you can have more money to spend on the things you love.

We’ll help you raise your credit score & lower your payments, just fill in below.

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Identity Theft

Be aware of phishing scams that lure members into disclosing information. Fraudsters are finding new ways to lure individuals into disclosing their personal and financial information. While the style and type of information is constantly evolving, there are phishing scams that continue to affect financial institutions and their customers and members.

A general rule of thumb is never to give your personal and/or account information over the phone, through email, or through text message. The credit union will never call you to ask for personal or account information.

OnGuard Online is a greatresource to help you avoid falling victim to fraud or identity theft:

Financial Football

Financial Football

Financial Football is a free money management video game that is being provided to every high school in Pennsylvania through a partnership between the Department of Banking Office of Financial Education, VISA, and the National Football League and Players Inc.

Click the link above to play!