Avoid Money Transfer App Scams

Posted on October 20, 2022
Zelle, CashApp, and Venmo are popular money transfer apps that allow you to send and receive money to and from other individuals instantly, just like handing over cash, even if you and your payee have accounts with different financial institutions. You may have used these apps to pay a friend for picking up lunch, a young neighbor for mowing the lawn, or to help a family member who needs a ...Read More

How Identity Theft Recovery Works

Posted on September 27, 2022
If you have been a victim of identity theft, there are clear steps to take to repair the damage to your finances and credit. Let’s take a closer look at what identity theft recovery is and why it’s important.  Protect and Repair: How Identity Theft Recovery Works Once you’ve learned that you’re a victim of identity theft, acting quickly to limit and repair the damage is critical. There are important ...Read More

How to Prevent Credit Card Fraud

Posted on September 24, 2022
Credit cards are a useful tool in your wallet, but be careful because credit card fraud is one of the most common forms of identity theft—making up roughly 28% of cases reported to the Federal Trade Common (FTC).    It’s important to arm yourself with plenty of information on how to bank securely and prevent credit card fraud, so let’s discuss how best to protect yourself and what you need to ...Read More

What Is Credit Monitoring?

Posted on September 20, 2022
Partners Financial FCU offers premium checking account members access to 3-bureau credit monitoring services. Many financial experts recommend you sign up for credit monitoring services, especially if you are considering a major purchase such as a house or car. But what is credit monitoring? Let’s take a look at how credit monitoring works, why it is important, how much it costs, and how you can sign up for it. What ...Read More

Protecting the Older People in Our Lives from Becoming Victims of Scams

Posted on August 8, 2022
Americans age 55 and up control 67.7% of all of the wealth in the U.S. while representing only 21% of the population. This makes them the perfect target of fraud and scams. Find out what you can do to help protect the older people in your life. In the last two decades the over-65 population of the world has greatly increased, and so has the average life expectancy. In the ...Read More

10 Checking Account Benefits You Need

Posted on July 29, 2022
Think all checking accounts are the same? Think again. Checking account benefits can vary widely so choosing a full-service premium account can save you significant money over time. Adding Value: 10 Checking Account Benefits You Need Choosing Partners Financial FCU’s premium checking account makes sense if you’re serious about managing your money right. Our full-service checking account benefits include a host of features to keep your money safe while saving ...Read More

What You Need to Know About Identity Theft

Posted on July 28, 2022
More and more Americans are falling victim to identity theft every year. Here’s how opening a Partners Financial FCU premium checking account can help keep you safe. Identity Theft: What You Need to Know The risk of falling victim to identity theft has never been higher. As people become more reliant on the internet for essential services like banking and healthcare, criminals are taking advantage of increased opportunities to steal ...Read More

My Identity Has Been Stolen. Now What?

Posted on May 25, 2022
How you protect yourself from identity theft is important. But just as important is how you respond once you suspect your identity has been stolen. Recovering your identity and restoring your financial well-being is stressful and time consuming, and many people who try to do it on their own give up without ever achieving recovery.  Issues can continue to surface and go on for months, or even years. But Partners ...Read More

What to Know About Protecting Yourself During Tax Season

Posted on March 24, 2022
During last year’s tax season, it seemed unlikely that we would still be dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic when filing again this year. However, as the world continues to react to the virus, scammers are adapting their techniques to steal your money. With the increase in the number of transactions with the IRS this year (including child tax credit pre-payments, economic stimulus payments, and federal unemployment), the door has also ...Read More

How to Refinance a Car Loan

Posted on March 10, 2022
If you took out a loan to buy your car, you’re not stuck with your initial auto loan rate forever. In fact, refinancing your auto loan is a relatively painless process and can trim a decent amount off your monthly payment or give you a little extra wiggle room if you’re struggling to make your payments each month. If you’re wondering where to start when it comes to refinancing your ...Read More

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