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Job Opening: Member Service Specialist

Summary We’re looking for an eager and skilled customer service individual to join our team. The successful candidate for this role will perform routine member transactions including deposits, withdrawals, cash advances, and loan payments. Duties and Responsibilities Perform routine member transactions, including but not limited to deposits, withdrawals, cash advances, loan payments, money orders, transfers […] Continue…

How to Dispute Charges that You Didn’t Authorize

Unexplained charges on your credit or debit card can be very inconvenient to deal with. Paying close attention to transactions will help you to detect these discrepancies early, so that you can dispute them as soon as you notice anything suspicious. We recommend that you take the following steps to dispute unknown transactions:  Step 1: Verify […] Continue…

Emergency Fund Boot Camp

An emergency fund is an essential part of your personal finances. Its importance is stressed in almost every personal finance book and budgeting blog, and yet 26% of Americans currently have no emergency fund in place.  Of those who do have an emergency fund, up to two-thirds do not have the often-recommended six months’ worth […] Continue…

Operation Warmth

We are partnering with WLBT to host a Coat Drive, Operation Warmth, for We Will Go. We will be accepting donations through January 6. You can drop off your donations at any MECU branch or We Will Go. Donation Items Accepting gently used or new… Coats Scarves Gloves Hats Shoes Socks (new only) Blankets Continue…

Grow your money locally.

Keep Money Local

Supporting your local community is a positive thing—it builds relationships, it strengthens the local economy, and it makes your neighborhood a happier and healthier place to work and play. The most obvious way to support your surrounding community is with the choices you make with your dollars. Money you spend in your community is recirculated […] Continue…

Common Member Scams

Each year, fraudsters find new ways to trick people and financial institutions out of money. Whether its an imposter scam – impersonating a love interest, a grandchild, debt collector, etc. – or stealing someone’s identity, these fraudsters know how to pull it off. While some of these scams involve new tricks, many have been around […] Continue…

Federal Credit Union Act Celebrates 85 Years

Source: MyCreditUnion.gov The Federal Credit Union Act was enacted during the depths of the Great Depression, in 1934. The law enabled credit unions to be organized throughout the United States under charters approved by the federal government. The purpose of the federal law was to make credit available to Americans and promote thrift through a […] Continue…