By now you’ve probably heard about the Equifax data breach potentially impacting 143 million consumers. In the aftermath of this news… what’s a person to do?
Three Mill City CU employees enjoyed playing “trivia on a stick” with everyone that attended the Volksfest Business Expo in Victoria, MN.
Credit scores and credit reports are now available in the Mobile Money app! Effective August 15, 2017 we’re thrilled to offer free credits scores and reports to all Mill City CU members age 18+.
It’s official. According to the FDIC, the CO-OP Shared Branch network is now the nation’s second largest branch network, surpassed only by Wells Fargo. Shared Branching shows that no one in financial services does the share economy like credit unions do.
We’re thrilled to now provide free credit reports to members – right within Virtual Branch! SavvyMoney has helped us provide credit scores in Virtual Branch since August 2016. Now they’ve made full credit reports available too!
Mill City Credit Union is excited to share the winning video + essays for the 2017-18 Mill City CU Scholarship. Winners from this year’s program reside in IA, IL, MN, MO, NJ and OH.
Have a trip coming? How exciting! Before you go, here are some helpful tips when using your Mill City Debit Card while traveling!
Mill City’s My Wallet 2017 Winter Resolution contest had a $100 winner! Nancy, of Minneapolis, MN, was randomly chosen among qualifying My Wallet users and was recently awarded her prize.
Coupons for $50 off at Lowe’s or Bed Bath & Beyond are making the rounds on social media—and, unfortunately, they really are too good to be true. They’re fake. They take consumers to a page featuring the retailer logo, ask consumers to fill out a survey to receive the deal, and then steal their personal data.
There’s a new phone scam sweeping the country… The “Can you hear me now?” scheme attempts to record your voice over the phone. (When you pick up the phone, you’ll hear someone ask, “Can you hear me now?”.) The scammer then records and uses your “yes” response to sign you up for a product or service, and demand payment.