Important Links

ATM / DEBIT CARDS:

GUIDE TO BENEFITS  for purchases made with your debit card.

ACTIVATE YOUR DEBIT CARD ONLINE: Activation Website
Or, call Card Activation at (800) 290-7893

REPORT LOST / STOLEN ATM & DEBIT CARD ONLINE: www.reportmycards.com

REPORT LOST / STOLEN ATM & DEBIT CARD BY PHONE: 888-297-3416
Outside the US and Canada: (206) 352-3482, Collect

REGISTER YOUR DEBIT CARD ONLINE WITH MASTERCARD SECURE CODE

VISA ACCOUNTS

VISA PHONE NUMBERS / ADDRESS:

IMPORTANT VISA CONTACT INFORMATION

  • Card Activation: 800-631-3197
  • Card Lost / Stolen: 800-449-7728
  • Cardholder PIN Select: 888-886-0083
  • Customer Service VISA Signature: 866-820-4943
  • Customer Service VISA Platinum: 866-820-4929

Mail a payment: VISA Payment Services P.O. Box 37603   Philadelphia, PA 19101-0603

OTHER LINKS

www.ncua.gov – National Credit Union Administration Website for information and resources about your federally insured deposits.

www.treasurydirect.gov/BC/SBCPrice – You can order and redeem your U.S. Savings Bond at any of our locations. Visit this website to calculate the value of your Savings Bond.

www.mycreditunion.gov – Find information about credit unions, account insurance, consumer protection and more from this government website.

http://www.consumerfinance.gov/ Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Annual free credit report – Official site created by three national credit reporting agencies for consumers to request free annual credit reports

www.myfico.com – Fair Isaac and Company (FICO) credit education center provides detailed information on understanding credit reports and credit scoring

www.equifax.com – National Credit Reporting Company

www.experian.com – National Credit Reporting Company

www.transunion.com – National Credit Reporting Company

www.nada.com – Pricing and information on new and used vehicles

www.optoutprescreen.com – Consumer Credit Reporting Industry Website to opt-out of pre-screened credit offers (1-888-567-8688 opt-out phone number)

www.idtheft.gov – Useful information about identity theft from the U.S. government

www.federalreserve.gov – Useful resources from the central bank of the United States

www.ftc.gov – The Federal Trade Commission provides free publications and information on credit reports, identity theft, and avoiding scams

www.hud.gov – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides information on housing issues like the importance of housing counseling and avoiding scams

www.irs.gov – Internal Revenue Service for all of your tax questions, publications and forms

www.mymoney.gov – U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission Website

www.nfcc.org – National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) for educational resources

The U.S. Department of Education Website offers information on student loans, financial aid, and other educational resources

www.ssa.gov – The U.S. Social Security Administration for all of your social security questions

www.studentaid.ed.gov – Get help paying for college! Visit this government Website for free information, guidance and tools for federal student assistance from the U.S. Department of Education’s office of Federal Student Aid