What To Do If Your Card is Compromised

What To Do If Your Card is Compromised

There's been a lot of talk about "compromised cards" and identity theft across the country. Keeping tabs of what transacations are occurring on your credit card and debit cards is one of your first lines of defense. Heres what you need to know: 

Do Good 2013

Do Good 2013

CU Community Credit Union is pleased to announce that it will be a sponsor of Do Good 2013, the free live music festival that takes place September 13-14 at Park Central Square in downtown Springfield. The festival features more than two dozen live music acts, including DJ Geeg and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. Bring the family and enjoy live music (free admission!), food, beverages and games for kids and kids at heart. 

Nearly 30,000 FREE CO-OP ATMs Nationwide

Nearly 30,000 FREE CO-OP ATMs Nationwide

Nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs from coast to coast. That’s convenience even some of the biggest banks can’t match. And it’s one of the benefits of being a member of CU Community Credit Union. The CO-OP logo on the back of your card means you can use any ATM where you see the CO-OP logo. Just visit co-opatm.org, text your location to MYCOOP (692667), or call 1-888-SITE-CO-OP.

Debit and Credit Card Compromise

Debit and Credit Card Compromise

If you received a phone call this week from a member service representative at CU Community Credit Union stating that your debit or credit card has been compromised, we have issued a block on those cards due to an increasing occurrance of fraud. We have ordered new cards for the few members affected, and you will receive new cards in the mail in a few days. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 417.865.3912, or send us a note through the Online Banking message board. 

We're Hiring: Loan Processor

We're Hiring: Loan Processor

CU Community Credit Union is seeking a detailed-oriented loan processor to join our team. This position is responsible for: