Reminder: U1 updated hours and locations
Please be aware of our current office and drive thru hours: u1cu.org/COVID-19. You can also view them at u1cu.org/anywhere and find shared branching locations.
Members can take advantage of our digital services, such as Online/Mobile Banking and our call center as well. You can check balances, make transfers, view transactions and pay bills utilizing our mobile services. Find out more by visiting u1cu.org/digital-services.
RSM Notice: Annually, a randomly-selected group of members will receive an account verification letter in the mail from our auditing firm, RSM. If you receive one of these letters, please complete it and return in the postage-paid envelope that accompanies the letter. Thank you for your cooperation.
Columbus Day - Monday, October 12
Veterans Day - Wednesday, November 11
2021 Virtual Annual Meeting
Our Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 19, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. This year's meeting will be held virtually. Keep an eye on your email and our website for information on how to submit your eProxy and accessing the virtual meeting.
Protecting your personal information
Please continue to practice caution when opening emails or text messages that have links, underlying messages or ask for personal information. Top three rules to live by:
1. Be wary of unknown authors, URLs and attachments which could contain a computer virus or capture your personal information.
2. Do not click on emails that look suspicious.
3. When in doubt, just delete!
In this digital age, it can become a chore remembering usernames and passwords or knowing what emails to trust. We understand the struggle, but we also take online security very seriously. That's why we like to remind you the importance of protecting your personal information. Visit u1cu.org/OnlineSecurity for fraud alerts or tips and best practices on scams.
Back to School
Due to COVID-19, a lot of students are experiencing remote learning and as a result, parents are helping their kids with the scheduling and schoolwork. A topic, not usually taught in school, that parents can teach their kids is personal finance. Here are some topics from BALANCE that will help start the discussion on financial education.
For students in college nearing graduation, the preparation for student loan repayment should begin sooner than later. Start by seeing how much is owed and then review repayment
plans. There are several convenient tools out there to help and getting a head start on repayment will only help in the long run. See how college students should prepare for their student loans at BALANCEpro.org.
Our Universal Experience Service Team delivered school supplies to three local facilities to assist them in helping students that were in need of supplies for the new school year. Those three facilities were, the Salvation Army in Sidney, Crayons to Classrooms in Dayton and the Ross County Coalition for Domestic Violence in Chillicothe. During such challenging times for a lot of students and teachers, we'd like to extend our thanks and wish everyone success!
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