Security Newsletter

FMFCU’s Security Newsletter December 2019 (Holiday Edition)

November 26, 2019

Stay Safe with Our Online Holiday Shopping Tips. Online shopping is expected to increase by almost 15%. Holiday online shopping is in full swing. So are fraudsters and hackers looking to find a way to steal your money or credentials. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe when making online purchases: Make […]

Choices Fall 2019

Choices Fall 2019

November 6, 2019

FMFCU To Host “Overcoming Debt” Workshop on November 12

October 29, 2019

Join FMFCU on November 12 for this interactive workshop at Collingdale Library/Community Center. Participants will gain skills to help overcome credit card, student loan, and mortgage debt. Also included are tips on how to shorten repayment intervals, maintain good credit standing, and much more! For more info and to register: https://mbr411.com/3ke7y

Wills and Estate Planning Seminar, November 6

October 17, 2019

Creating a will is essential to ensuring your estate is administered as you see fit. Join FMFCU and Stephen Olsen, Esq. for “Wills and Estate Planning,” a seminar covering the basics, including advance directives, naming a guardian or executor, filing separate or join wills, and more. Registration is required. For more details or to register: […]

DCTMA/FMFCU Car Seat Check @ Broomall

DCTMA/FMFCU Car Seat Check Event

September 20, 2019

The Delaware County Transportation Management Association (DCTMA) and FMFCU held a Child Car Seat Check at FMFCU’s Broomall Brand on September 18 from 1 pm – 4 pm. Approximately 20 appointments attended the workshop run by DCTMA certified technicians, police officers and Crozer Hospital nurses. From small vehicle to large vans, car owners walked away […]

Security Newsletter

FMFCU’s Security Newsletter September 2019

September 11, 2019

How To Minimize Online Account Hacking: It’s really time to take charge of your passwords and credentials. Once again, the internet fraudsters are back at it. There is a new hacking technique called “credential stuffing” where attackers take millions of email addresses and corresponding passwords from hacked databases and try them on millions of online […]

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