Let us put $100 CASH in your pocket
with your next loan financed at HomeTown Credit Union!
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Mark your Calendars for Monday, April 21, 2014
If you are approaching retirement,
you won't want to miss this.
We are offering a very special Social Security Seminar
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION about the “Heartbleed” Vulnerability Alert
Recently a new vulnerability for web communications has been identified called Heartbleed. The Heartbleed bug causes vulnerability within web encryption technology in the OpenSSL network environment, and is used by roughly two-thirds of all websites on the Internet. Persons using these websites are being encouraged to change passwords because their information could have been intercepted. For an update on the various sites impacted and their status, you can go to the website for CNET – a technology based company. CNET tracks the latest developments in technology & currently lists the top 100 sites that have been impacted by the Heartbleed bug, whether or not patches have been implemented, and if changing passwords is recommended. You may also contact the site directly for the online accounts that you have established (i.e. Facebook, Pinterest, and Google) to determine their status. If they operate with an OpenSSL network, have they implemented a patch and have they re-issued new security credentials? If they have done both of these things then it is recommended you change your password.
HomeTown Credit Union takes these types of threats very seriously and we can confirm that HTCU@ HOME, our online account access, has a patch in place with new security credentials to help protect you and your private information. As a precaution we strongly recommend that you change your password for
HTCU@ Home (home banking) and make a habit of changing it on a regular basis. Remember, when you change your password in HTCU@ Home, it also changes your password in Punchline (audio response).
Please note our new Faribault Office Hours effective Monday, April 14.
Drive-up: 8:30 - 5:30 M - W
8:30 - 6:00 Th. & F
9:00 - 12:30 Sat.
Lobby: 8:30 - 5:30 M-F
9:00 -12:30 Sat.
Hours at our other locations will remain the same.
Is Home Ownership in Your Future?
We offer a wide variety of financing options.
Contact Matthew today for current rates and details on how to apply.
Matthew Stanislav, Mortgage Originator
MLO # 1019547
HomeTown Credit Union Scholarships Available
Scholarships are available for high school seniors who are current members of HomeTown Credit Union, who will be graduating this spring and pursuing post high school education during the 2014-15 school year. For more information and to apply click HERE.
Check it out! - 1% rate discount*
on your next vehicle, motorcycle, RV or boat loan!
Contact a representative today to get pre-approved.
*Rate discount effective April 1, 2014 and applies to new loans to the Credit Union. Offer excludes real estate loans and VISA credit cards. Loans must be closed at the Credit Union and Credit Union membership and credit qualification apply. You must enroll to receive your periodic statement electronically to receive the rate discount. Offer valid for a limited time and may be revoked by the Credit Union.
CLICK HERE to view employment opportunities with HomeTown Credit Union.
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Politicians in Washington are considering an overhaul of the federal tax code – and taxing credit unions is on the list of proposed changes.
The credit union tax exemption was established by Congress to assure a low cost banking alternative, as credit union earnings are used to benefit the members rather than returning earnings to a group of shareholders. Unlike banks that maximize profits for a small group of investors, credit unions exist to serve their members, including working families, local small businesses and your community.
HomeTown Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by our members. As a member-owner, please consider contacting your US Congressperson and US senators to ask them not to tax your credit union. Taxing credit unions won’t make a dent in the national budget deficit as credit unions hold only 6% of consumer deposits nationwide. A tax on credit unions is really just another tax on you, as it will impact the benefits you receive as a credit union member-owner.
Click here to learn more about our tax exempt status and how you can help preserve it.
Take advantage of skipping your loan payments*!
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*Offer excludes VISA credit cards and real estate loans. Each loan
qualifies for one SkipPay per year.
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