Holiday Spending Tips

‘Tis the season to be surrounded by beautiful store fronts and advertisements enticing you to spend, spend, spend. While this philosophy helps retail stores have a profitable year-end, your budget might be feeling the hit well into the new year. Believe it or not, it is possible to make it through the holidays and start the year off with your … Continue reading
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Your Card has been Compromised – Now What?

With Allegacy, we are committed to protecting your information. While we are constantly pursuing ways to keep card numbers safe through new technology such as EMV chips and tokenization, there is still a small chance that fraud will occur. Even with greater security measures in place to protect our transactions, thieves still find ways to breach systems and steal card … Continue reading
Your Card has been Compromised – Now What?

What is Elder Abuse?

As people age, sometimes they don’t realize when people are taking advantage of them. Elder abuse can happen in a variety of ways. It can be scams from groups who target the elderly such as investment or lottery schemes. Elder abuse can also include identity theft, credit/debit card use and forged checks. It can even include common theft of expensive … Continue reading
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Don’t be Caught Off-Guard this Holiday Season

The holidays are a time of family togetherness and celebration and we want you to have the best holiday season ever. Scammers know you’re distracted, busy, and emotional so it’s the perfect time to strike. Knowledge is your best defense so let’s look at 5 common scams so you don’t get taken in by these or similar schemes. 1. Fake … Continue reading
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Money Tips When You Travel

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we believe in pursuing wellness on every level and travel can be great for gaining a new perspective, making plans and creating your tomorrow. We want to help you have the best trip ever. Review these tips to make sure you and your payment cards are ready! Before you leave: Make sure your contact information with … Continue reading
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Helping You Be Your Best During Tax Season

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we will always do the right thing for your wellbeing. And that includes doing our part to help alleviate some of the stress that comes with filing taxes. Here’s what to do now to get organized: As tax forms start to trickle in from financial institutions where you have accounts, businesses you’ve worked for and … Continue reading
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Don’t Be a Victim of Tax Fraud

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, the security of your financial information is important to us and that includes helping you protect yourself. Tax refund fraud is on the rise and isn’t expected to slow down. If anyone has access to your social security number or tax id, they can try to impersonate you and file a false return, claiming a … Continue reading
Don’t Be a Victim of Tax Fraud

Practical Measures to Prevent Identity Theft.

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, doing right is at the center of everything we do. While we will always do the right thing for your wellbeing, not everyone has the best intentions. Identity thieves can empty your bank account, max out your credit cards and purchase furniture, cars, even homes on the basis of your good credit history. You may … Continue reading

Protecting Your Information

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, doing right is at the center of everything we do. We are aware of the Equifax cybersecurity incident which may have impacted 143 million U.S. consumers. Allegacy reports credit related information on loans and credit cards to credit bureaus, including Equifax. As of September 7, Equifax has advised that there is no evidence of unauthorized … Continue reading

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