Welcome to LES Federal Credit Union
APRIL IS NATIONAL YOUTH SAVINGS & LITERACY MONTH
Does your child (children) have an account with LES ? Open a Youth Account during the month of April and receive a complimentary bank and credit union bucks. Each child can shop in our Treasure Chest.
KID'S ID DAY
Join LES FCU for our Annual Kid's ID Day on TUESDAY, APRIL 22nd at the Airline Highway Branch from 12:00pm-3:00pm and THURSDAY, APRIL 24th, 2014 at North 22nd Street Branch from 12:00-3:00pm. Make plans now to bring your child (children) during these hours and receive a Child's Safe Kit and a complimentary balloon, snack and gift bag.
Parents/Guardians, stop by either location and pick up a coloring sheet for a contest to be held everyday during the week of April 21st-25th, 2014 ( Easter Holidays). Have your child color the picture, put his/her name, age & phone number and drop it off at either location by Thursday, April 17, 2014.
APRIL SHOWERS BRING SPRING LOANS
Take advantage of our Spring Loan Special and be entered for a chance to win, one of (2) $100.00 Gift Cards to Home Depot.
Spring Loan begins March 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014.
Rates as low as 7.5% APR
APR = Annual Percentage Rate
*Certain restrictions apply
Several local credit unions and other financial instituions have reported a phishing scam. The recent fraudulent attempts are targeting cell phones and coming in the form of a text messages and phone calls. Phishing is an attempt to acquire sensitive personal and confidential information such as numbers, passwords or debit card information by masquerading as a trustworthy entity, such as a credit union. Phishing is typically carried out by email or text messaging and directs potentional victims to enter information at a fake website that looks and feels almost identical to the legitimate one.
LES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION strongly urges our members about phising and how to avoid beign hooked by a phishing scam. Here are some helpful tips.
LES Federal Credit Union would never send members e-mail asking them for account information.
Do not respond to any e-mail request for personal information. Delete any suspicious e-mails.
Never disclose any personally identifying information if requested from an unsolicited e-mail or phone call. This includes account information, credit/debit card information, Social Security number, mother's maiden name, or other private information. Never reveal a private PIN number or other passwords.
Be suspicious if you're asked to enter personally identifying information into an unexpected pop-up window-no matter how "official" it might look.
Review your credit union statements and online activity for any unauthorized charges. Please remember, if you reveive a text message or phone call to report it the FTC AT 877-382-4357 OR http://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov