November 1, 2017
Beware Of Student Loan Debt Relief Scams
More than 42 million Americans have student loan debt, with their collective debt topping $1.4 trillion. Unfortunately, these big numbers make student loan debtors excellent targets for scams.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), partnering with 11 states and the District of Columbia, has recently announced “Operation Game of Loans,” the first law enforcement initiative pursuing student loan debt relief scams. This nationwide crackdown includes 36 government actions against scammers alleged to have conned more than […]
October 18, 2017
River City FCU is seeking candidates to fill one vacancy for our volunteer Board of Directors.
Volunteers serve to guide River City FCU into the future, participating in monthly board meetings and preparing for meetings by reviewing reports and documents in advance. Additional events, such as special meetings and community events, are scheduled as needed.
River City FCU membership is required of all volunteers. Potential volunteers will be vetted for financial responsibility. Interested individuals should contact the Executive Administrative Assistant at 210-244-2546 […]
October 16, 2017
Are you as excited as we are to celebrate International Credit Union Day on Oct. 19, 2017? It’s a day to share your experiences as a member and to reflect upon all the benefits you enjoy by being a part of your credit union. It’s also a day to have fun! Visit any River City FCU branch, we’ll have goodies and light refreshments to celebrate with your fellow member owners.
This year’s ICU Day theme, which was selected via an online […]
October 11, 2017
Why Credit Unions Are Worth Celebrating
In 1924, Roy Bergengren, one of the architects of the credit union movement, reflected on what a credit union can do for people.
“The credit union is, in fact, a bridge,” Bergengren wrote in the inaugural issue of “The Bridge,” the official newsletter of the American credit union movement, which was then in its infancy. “It may be the bridge over which the tenant farmer travels the wide gap that separates him from ownership. It may […]
October 11, 2017
Are You Safe For The Holidays?
What can you do this year to get the holiday season right?
• Scammers love the holidays even more than the rest of us. People let their security slip a little as they spend a lot. Make sure to check with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for current scams and pay cash or use e-payment whenever possible. Triple check all of your credit cards, account statements and your credit report when the season is over.
• Get […]
October 2, 2017
Possible Sonic Drive-In Data Breach — Visit a Branch to Get Your Visa EMV Debit Card
It has been in the news recently that Sonic Drive In might have experienced a data breach. Although nothing has been confirmed yet and Sonic is still researching the issue, it’s always wise to be prepared.
In order to help protect you and your account, RCFCU is allowing members to stop by one of three our traditional branches and receive a new Visa EMV Debit card […]
September 27, 2017
We are currently in a transition period with our Investment Services program. During this transition period, if you have questions about trade information, check requests or information regarding existing investments, please contact RCFCU at 210-225-6866. We will be happy to help you connect with the proper person.
September 19, 2017
Fall In Love with Savings
It’s September. The air is crisp and the pumpkin spice craze has started. Leaves are changing colors and starting to fall. Now you can Fall in love with savings at RCFCU.
We’ve got Personal loans for every need. Low rate Auto Loans and Credit Cards. You can also take your savings to the next level with a Share Certificate. Rake these savings in now!
For more information click on a saving, stop at one of our six branch […]
September 19, 2017
5 Ways to Save Time Without Spending A Dime
People often pair convenience with money. In other words, if you want to save time, it’ll cost you. Here are five ways to prove it isn’t so.
Mainstream your salad prep. You don’t have to buy pre-washed and pre-cut vegetables to save time. Simply have a marathon cutting session at the beginning of the week, rinsing, slicing and dicing all the vegetables you’ll want to include in your salads throughout the week. Store […]