1405, 2021

Take control of your debit card with CardNav

By |May 14th, 2021|Categories: EmberNote Blog|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Take control of your debit card with CardNav.  CardNav is a free app offered through the Credit Union to help give you more control over your debit card. From managing your spending, to setting up debit card alerts, to turning your card off; CardNav has everything you would need to keep your debit card secure.  Our favorite feature of CardNav is that it allows you to turn your debit card on or off instantly. Whether you lost your card or feel more comfortable having it turned off until you are ready to use it, we cannot say enough how much we use this feature!  We also love CardNav for its ability to help manage spending. You can set up daily or monthly spending limits if you are trying to have better control over your spending. It is also possible to set up an alert when your [...]

305, 2021

Spring Mortgage Promotion

By |May 3rd, 2021|Categories: EmberNote Blog, Uncategorized|Tags: , , |0 Comments

We’re celebrating Spring with our annual mortgage promotion. People begin looking for potential homes as the snow melts.  This is a  great time to remind them that the Credit Union offers mortgages!  While we are always accepting mortgage applications, we like to offer a little something more in the Springtime. This Spring, every member that completes their mortgage with us gets entered to win a bistro set. This set is sure to look great in your new backyard.  Commitment letters must be received before July 31st, 2021 for members to be entered to win. The bistro set grand prize isn’t the only reason to get your loan through the credit union.  Our competitive rates, terms and friendly staff can’t be  beat! Members can apply quickly and easily online for their next mortgage. Answers to the most common questions about our mortgage program can be [...]

2503, 2021

Unemployment Fraud Is On The Rise

By |March 25th, 2021|Categories: EmberNote Blog|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Unemployment fraud is on the rise.  Imposters are taking advantage of higher unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Identities are being stolen of those who are often unaware and employed. Many people are learning that they are victims of unemployment fraud after they receive a notice from their state unemployment office.  Some receive notice from their employers about the application for unemployment benefits. If this has happened to you or someone you know, then we have compiled a short list of what to do next. What to do if you've been a victim: Start by reporting the fraud to your employer, followed by reporting the fraud to your state’s unemployment benefits agency, preferably online. We then suggest reporting the fraud on identitytheft.org, this will alert the FTC and give you benefits such as fraud alerts and a credit freeze. Our last piece of advice [...]

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