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To Become a Member you Must:

Be employed by the Marion County School system, or be a relative of an employee.

Phone Scam on the rise

Fraudsters are using automated phone calls (referred to as robo-calls) to obtain personal and/or credit/debit card information from credit union members. The automated phone calls play a recorded message informing members their credit or debit card has been blocked.  If you receive one of these calls, DO NOT respond, hang up immediately.  The credit union will never use an automated call to inform you about a problem with your account.

If you receive such a call do the following:

  • Contact the credit union (304-366-2390);
  • Federal Trade Commission (1-877-382-4357);
  • State attorney general;
  • Local law enforcement; and
  • Phone carrier – landline or cell phone provider.

If you have responded to one of these calls, contact the credit union immediately at 304-366-2390 so we can close your debit card and issue a new one.  Once Fraudsters have this information, they can make fraudulent transactions resulting in losses to you and the credit union.