All UMCU branches will be closed on Wednesday, December 25th and Wednesday, January 1st for the holidays. All non-campus branches will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 24th and Tuesday, December 31st. All campus branches will be closed from Monday, December 23rd through Wednesday, January 1st.
Making Your Account Statement Easier to Read
The University of Michigan Credit Union is making it easier for you to read your account statement and to track your spending. Beginning August 1, 2013, your online bill payment transactions will show as “Bill Payment” instead of as an “ATM Withdrawal” on your account statement and MemberNet Online Banking. This change will allow you to separate out ATM transactions from online bill payment transactions and give you greater flexibility to track your expenses. Please give us a call at 734-662-8200 if you have any questions.
Free Educational Seminars For UMCU Members!
Check out our free educational seminars available exclusively for UMCU members! Click here for a complete list of classes, or to register today!
Myth: Earn $500 simply by sharing your ATM or Debit card and your PIN with a friend or a stranger. Once you provide your card and PIN, you can go into a credit union service center or shared branch to withdraw the cash, without it costing you a penny.
Truth: The money being put into your account is really a fraudulent check being deposited into the ATM. When the check is returned, you will be responsible for covering the amount of the check and you will be unable to access your account until you have covered the negative account balance. Ultimately, you could owe thousands of dollars which will need to be paid back, and may be reported to the police department and even face criminal charges.
Protect Yourself: Unfortunately, this scam is very common and thieves are targeting you. Be sure to protect yourself. NEVER give anyone your ATM or Debit card or share your PIN. And if you ever think someone is trying to scam you or that your information has been compromised, contact the credit union IMMEDIATELY by calling 734-662-8200 or 800-968-8628!