News & Alerts

Be Aware of “Family Emergency” Scams

A Family Emergency Scam involves fraudsters contacting and convincing a victim that a family member is in danger and requires money to get out of a bad situation. For example, a family member in a foreign country is in legal trouble and needs funds for assistance. Such fraudsters, are using social media to obtain family… Read Full Article »

2023 Skip – A – Pay is here!

Emerald Empire Federal Credit Union’s Annual Holiday Skip-A-Pay Give yourself a little more money in your wallet this holiday season & help give back to the various community programs supported by you, our EEFCU members. You can choose to skip your November 2023 OR December 2023  (loan payment(s). Remember, it is $25 per loan you… Read Full Article »

Fall, Football, and a New Tailgating Rig…

Whatever your activity, having a vehicle to meet your needs could be easier than you think. With the EEFCU’s great rates, you may be able to afford more than you thought. Talk with one of our Loan Officers about getting pre-approved and ask about our Rate Match Program.  

FRAUD/SCAM ALERT

This is a great example of a FRAUDULANT email scam that Carolyn Stahly, EEFCU’s CEO, received this last week. If you receive one also, please DO NOT respond to it. It is an example of someone trying to get personal information or trying to install malware or a virus into the computer/phone/tablet. It is important… Read Full Article »

The EEFCU Loves This So Much!

The EEFCU Loves This So Much! We received a very awesome thank you from two of our Credit Union members.  Both of their families won Door Prizes at the EEFCU’s Annual Meeting in July and combined the two gift baskets (the Pasta and the Ice Cream) for a family dinner. They wanted us to know… Read Full Article »

Check Fraud Tied to Mail Theft is on the Rise.

Kate Ashford, a writer for NerdWallet is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® with more than 18 years of experience writing about personal finance, recently wrote an article regarding mail theft and check fraud. Her original article “Stop Using Paper Checks Already”, is featured on NerdWallet’s website and was picked up by the Associated Press and… Read Full Article »