Spoofing is when a caller changes the information on your caller ID display on purpose to hide their identity. They use neighbor spoofing so it appears that an incoming call is coming from a local number, or spoof a number from a company or a government agency that you may already know and trust. If you answer, they try to steal your money or personal information, which can be used in fraudulent activity.
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MACU’s FREE Shred Day is on the books for Saturday, June 25. Shredding sensitive documents helps prevent identity theft. Do your part to protect your identity by bringing your documents to the Ohio Street branch on June 25 to be professionally disposed of.
Shredding is easy with MACU. Simply pull up to the shred truck, and MACU team members will be available to take your documents to the shredder. Shred Day is open to the community.
This year we partnered with Salvation Army, and they will be collecting nonperishable goods during Shred Day! Help the community and bring nonperishable goods on June 25th.
What do renting an apartment, getting a job offer, and car insurance rates all have in common? Your credit history could impact every one of these things (and more)! Credit is important for more than just getting a loan, although it impacts that too.
MACU announced that scholarship applications are now being accepted for their annual Gail Walker and Leona Bruno scholarships, offered to high school seniors and students in their first or second year in college.
For the safety of our members, our community, and employees, all MACU branches will only be open by appointment effective tomorrow, Tuesday, November 17, 2020, until further notice.
Medicare open enrollment, also known as Medicare’s annual election period, runs from October 15 through December 7 each year. During this annual window, Medicare plan enrollees can reevaluate their coverage – whether it’s Original Medicare with supplemental drug coverage, or Medicare Advantage – and make changes or purchase new policies if they would like to do so.
During this limited Medicare open enrollment period, you can:
At MACU, we are pleased to offer our members the services of a Licensed Medicare Broker to walk you through the maze of options with Medicare insurance. Senior Advocate John “Hoppy” Hopkins, with the Senior Health Resource Center located onsite at Members Advantage Credit Union, is available as a free resource to you. Feel free to contact John at 219-406-8048 with any questions you may have, or to schedule an appointment with John at any of our locations, please call 219-874-6943.