At Family Trust, we believe your financial institution should be more than just a place that holds your money for you. We came from humble roots and hold fast to our original philosophy of “people helping people.” Everything we do as employees of Family Trust keeps our members as the top priority, and our role in their path to financial success should remain the most important part of our jobs.
You have another option to a traditional Fixed-Rate Mortgage when buying a home. Family Trust also offers an ARM—an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage.
Seven candidates have been presented by the Family Trust Nominating Committee for four available seats on the Board of Directors.* Vote at this year’s annual meeting held meeting May 1 at First Baptist Church in Rock Hill.* Our board meets monthly with management and are responsible for general oversight of the credit union and for setting policy.
You receive a text message urging you to sign in to your account, click a link, or respond with some personal information. Is it legitimate? Probably not. SMS Text message phishing, or “smishing,” is on the rise. Smishing has been around for a while, and is gaining in popularity.
You may have heard in recent news that some financial institutions are doing away with free checking accounts for their customers. Many of them now charge a monthly fee and have balance requirements, but at Family Trust, you have options to keep more of your money where it belongs – with you!
Report card time in York County is almost here. Explorer’s Club members can earn money for every A they earn on their report cards. Not only does it reward children for good grades, but it also teaches them about personal finance.
The New Year brings new opportunities, new challenges, and new resolutions. Where many people may want to lose a few pounds, eat healthier, or spend more time reading, why not consider “financial health” as your New Year’s resolution? Here’s a few financial resolutions and ways to make them happen in 2018.
A nominating committee for the 2018 election of officials has been named by Brown Simpson, board chairman.
If you’ve missed out on past “Money Matters” financial education sessions, the new year brings three more free workshops for you. They will cover “Mortgage Buying Basics,” “Auto Buying Basics,” and “Budgeting, Credit Score, and Debt Consolidation” this winter.
Scammers are getting quite crafty in the way they try to trick us. A method that is becoming quite popular among the cybercriminal world is using invoices. They send them to our email with specific information from an online invoice-creating product. Because we are getting better at not clicking links or attachments, these sneaky folks put in a giant button looking like a link to “My Documents” in hopes it appears less intimidating.