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Important Information/Upcoming Events 

December 2017
     12/14/17 - 6:30pm - 7:30pm - FREE Seminar: "Have I Been Hacked?" Open to the public.

      »  Hacking is on the rise with all of today's technology. Do you know how to protect yourself from being hacked?

      »  This seminar will teach you how to protect your name, money, & future from being hacked.

     12/15/17 - 3:30pm - 5pm - Santa is coming to Riverview!!! Open to the public.

Santa is coming to Riverview!                                                      ♦  Tell Santa about your wish list for Christmas

                                                  ♦  Get your picture taken & take home the photo as a keepsake

                                                  ♦  Enjoy some Christmas treats & gifts

                                                  ♦  Mrs. Claus will be here also!!!



Past News/Events

November 2014


For your convenience, we have launched an online bill pay program.  And the best part....IT'S COMPLETELY FREE. 

Your time is important to us here at RCFCU, and so is your financial health.

Log in to Online Banking, click on the Self Service Tab, and enroll today to save yourself time and money.

September 2014

Home Depot Data Breach...

Home Depot has announced a data breach of credit and debit cards between April 1st, 2014 and present that were used in-store.  We have identified a list of members affected, and are replacing your debit cards.  Please remember to monitor your accounts, and contact us immediately with any suspicious activity.  Additionally, Home Depot is offering , for the next 12 months, an identity repair assistance program to those affected.  Please contact them at 855-252-0908.

As of February 2013, we are aware of a current fraudulent activity known as "phishing" in which an unknown fraudster is sending an email with a harmful attachment.
DO NOT open it, click on its links, open attachments, or reply/forward it! Notify RCFCU immediately if you receive a suspicious email.

Effective June 24, 2011- All funds in a "noninterest-bearing transaction account" are insured in full by the National Credit Union Administration through December 31, 2012. This temporary unlimited coverage is an addition to, and separate from, the coverage of at least $250,000 available to members under the NCUA's gerneral share insurance rules.
The term "noninterest-bearing transaction account" includes a traditional share draft account (or demand deposit account) on which the insured credit union pays no interest or dividend. It does not include any transaction acccount that may earn interest or dividends, a negotiable order of withdrawal ("NOW") account, money-market deposit account, and Interest on Lawyers Trust Account ("IOLTA"), even if share drafts may be drawn on the account.
NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association has received reports that individuals and/or companies have received a fraudulent e-mail that has the appearance of having been sent from NACHA. See sample below.

The subject line of the e-mail states: "Unauthorized ACH Transaction." The e-mail includes a link that redirects the individual to a fake Web page and contains a link which is almost certainly an executable virus with malware. Do not click on the link. Both the e-mail and the related website are fraudulent.

Be aware that phishing e-mails frequently have links to Web pages that host malicious code and software. Do not follow Web links in unsolicited e-mails from unknown parties or from parties with whom you do not normally communicate, or that appear to be known but are suspicious or otherwise unusual
Please Note:
· NACHA itself does not process nor touch the ACH transactions that flow to and from organizations and financial institutions.
· NACHA does not send communications to individuals or organizations about individual ACH transactions that they originate or receive.

If malicious code is detected or suspected on a computer, consult with a computer security or anti-virus specialist to remove malicious code or re-install a clean image of the computer system. Always use anti-virus software and ensure that the virus signatures are automatically updated.

Ensure that the computer operating systems and common software applications security patches are installed and current.

Be alert for different variations of fraudulent e-mails.

  • Phishers Trolling the Internet: Don't Bite

    "Phishing" is the practice of designing fraudulent e-mails to look like they come from well-known businesses and financial institutions—to hook you into revealing your personal account information.

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