Category Archives: Financial Education

Spring is the perfect time to review your insurance coverage!

It’s the perfect time to review your insurance coverage.  Life changes – and that could have an impact on your insurance coverage.  Stop by or call our financial partner , Steve Uphaus of Uphaus Insurance for a free review of your home and … Continue reading

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Tax Refund & Direct Deposit

Tax Refund and Direct Deposit: Are you planning to send your tax refund via direct deposit to your HCPFCU account? The best choice is to send the refund to your checking account. You can also send your refund to your savings account … Continue reading

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Protecting your Debit Card and Credit Card

Protecting your Debit Card and Credit Card We have seen an increase in compromised Debit and Credit Card accounts with our members. So how do your protect yourself? The first step is to never give out sensitive information about your … Continue reading

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Quick Reminders for reporting lost cards

Report a Lost or Stolen Card: You can always call us during regular business hours at 765-962-3172 to report any issue with your debit or credit card. For your convenience, you can also call the numbers below 24/7 to report … Continue reading

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Please review your Visa Credit and Debit Transactions

Across the state Visa card users have experienced fraudulent activity on their Visa debit cards and Visa credit cards. Several HCPFCU members have also reported issues. We ask each member to please check his/her account for any suspicious activity or … Continue reading

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Who pays the bills if illness or injury keeps you from working?

You plan to buy a home. You plan to pay for college. You plan for retirement someday. But most people don’t plan for an injury or illness to keep them from working. In the United States a disabling injury occurs … Continue reading

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Debit/Credit Card – Protecting Against Fraud

DEBT/CREDIT CARD  – Protecting against FRAUD We have seen a recent increase in compromised Debit and Credit Card information with our members.  Many of these occurrences are happening through a retailer. Hackers are getting into retailers data files and stealing that information then … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Minimize Your Risk for Identity Theft

Identity Theft: 5 Quick Tips to Minimize Your Risk Nothing can guarantee that you won’t become a victim of identity theft, but you can minimize your risk, and minimize the damage by making it more difficult for identity thieves to … Continue reading

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Scam Alert

Phone, Text, Email Fraud Alert: Credit Union members statewide are reporting that scammers are calling, emailing and texting asking for personal  information.  Please be assured that we will NEVER initiate a call, text or email to get you to act … Continue reading

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