MembersOwn’s Commitment to You During COVID-19

April 9, 2020 | News

Announcements

Updated 6.1.2020

Dear Member,

During the COVID-19 Pandemic and beyond, YOU are our number one priority!

Thank you for your patience while we work to keep our employees and members safe as we go through these uncertain times.  We are continuing physical distancing.  Our drive-thrus are open while our lobbies remain closed.

We have rescheduled our annual meeting to Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 6:30 PM.  This will be a virtual meeting and more details will be announced in our quarterly newsletter and online in July.

Please continue to use our drive-thrus, online banking, mobile deposit, and ATM network for your financial transactions.   Our website allows for applying for loans and opening new accounts online.  We are ready to help if you need assistance setting up home banking, mobile banking, mobile deposits and other remote services, call 402-436-5365.

For members financially affected by the pandemic, we stand ready to help.   Please contact us to discuss personalized ways we can help you get through these times.

MembersOwn is proud to be your credit union—we were born during the time of the Great Depression and we have been here to help members through their most serious financial needs ever since. The credit unions’ philosophical mission – “People Helping People” – has been the guiding belief through each crisis, and this will remain true during these economic challenges, too.

Please know your accounts are safe and federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration’s share insurance fund, up to $250,000. For more information, go to NCUA.gov.

Also, be aware of fraudsters—scams are increasing. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC.gov) is a good resource to review and be aware of scams occurring related to COVID-19.

Watch the alert bar on our homepage and social media channels for future updates.  

Stay safe, we will get through this and come out stronger.

 

Linda Carter
President

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