Letting us know in advance can help you avoid inconvenient declines or holds on your Family Trust debit or credit card. We protect your card account by monitoring for unusual activity, so using your card in restricted states can result in a declined transaction.
Krystal McKenzie’s bathroom will get a makeover thanks to the $500 she won in our “Drab to Fab” photo contest. Krystal, of Rock Hill, plans to start working on her bathroom renovations this weekend. The prize money will be a big help.
Does this sound familiar: “Honey, we should (fill in the blank with a home improvement project)…but that’ll cost us thousands.” A home equity line of credit may be just what you’re looking for. And to help you get started, you’ll want to enter our “Drab to Fab” contest for a chance to win $500 towards a room makeover.
The leaves are raked (hopefully) and the turkey will be leftovers soon. Most of us have a shopping plan – stick to the budget, make a list and don’t shop at the last minute. But do you have a plan for being safe?
People often don’t think something bad is going to happen to them, safety experts say. But during the holidays, most of us are busy, excited and sometimes a little bit careless – especially when you have your hands full or when you take out your cash at the checkout.
If buying your first home is a goal for 2014, you can learn the basics at a free workshop Nov. 12 sponsored by Family Trust and The Housing Development Corp. of Rock Hill. Part of our Know Your Dough money-management series, the workshop will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the city’s Housing & Neighborhood Services office on Johnston Street across from City Hall.
Below are FAQs to help with the transition for servicing your mortgage. For more information, please call us at 803-367-4100 or visit our secure online chat at familytrust.org. Thank you for your patience.
Tressa Waters of Rock Hill has always rented an apartment but may take that first step toward home ownership now that’s she’s won $500 from our Movin’ On Up contest.
Home prices are up slightly and inventory is down. And the real estate mantra, “location, location, location” is holding true in the York County housing market, according to an area Realtor®.
Buying a house is perhaps the biggest investment most folks make in their lifetime. It’s important to do it right. Family Trust’s Mortgage Service Center can help you get started by answering some common questions.
Some Family Trust members are receiving email notification today of a security breach that occurred at a national fast food chain. Those without email will receive a letter being mailed this week. It is Family Trust’s top priority to respond to questions those members may have.
As a result of this breach, we are in the process of reissuing new debit and credit cards and new personal identification numbers (PIN) to those affected. This process could take several days in order to serve the number of members whose accounts were compromised. Once your new card is received, your old card will be blocked. Although there has not been fraudulent activity on accounts, Family Trust has taken a proactive approach to alert members and is taking the necessary steps to ensure that card access is not affected. This breach was not something that the credit union could control. We remain committed to the security of our systems. As always, we recommend you monitor your account on a consistent basis and notify us if you notice any unusual activity.