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Recently we had a member ask: If you can afford to build a building, then why can’t you afford to pay a higher rate on my certificate?"
We’re committed to providing an outstanding experience for you and have begun sending surveys asking for feedback. We’re sending surveys by mail and email to randomly selected members. We want to know what you consider important and how well we deliver what you value.
Once again, it’s time to weigh in with The Herald’s 16th Annual Buzzies competition, and we’d love to win best bank/credit union again. You might even get lucky and win a $50 gift card.
Ninety minutes and a track hoe were all it took Tuesday to tear down our branch on White Street. The branch, built in 1967, makes way for our new headquarters expected to open sometime in 2015.
They came to see old friends, enjoy the food and get a prize and hear updates. More than 450 members and guests attended our 57th Annual Meeting on Tuesday at the Baxter Hood Center in Rock Hill.
Good friends, good food and family always go together, and there will be both at our 57th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 8, at the Baxter Hood Center at York Technical College in Rock Hill. The doors open at 5 p.m. with food served until the business meeting begins at 6:00.
Our staff at the branch on White Street will be on the move after we close the branch March 7 to make way for the new headquarters being constructed there.
Don’t become a victim of this new phishing scam called the VISA & MasterCard Telephone Credit Card Scam. The fraudulent caller says they are from the Security and Fraud Department at Visa. They lead you to believe they have all of your information except the security code on the back of your credit card.
Many members have questions about “holds” that are applied to their checking account when they use their debit card as “credit.” Holds can be confusing and can cause overdraft fees if you don’t understand how they work.