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UTELFCU WEBSITE

 

 VIRTUAL BRANCH ONLINE BANKING

 

LOAN APPLICATION

 

IMPORTANT

PHONE NUMBERS

 

 EZ Card VISA®

 

ScoreCard Rewards for VISA® Credit Cards

UTELFCU is your exclusive home-town financial institution!

 

Family Membership is encouraged!

 

AUTO LOANS!

 

 MORTGAGES!

 

HOME EQUITY

LOANS!

 

PERSONAL

LOANS!

 

CONSOLIDATION

LOANS!

INSURED BY

NCUA

Federally insured by NCUA

UTELFCU complies with the Federal Fair Housing Act

***The Credit Union will be closed on Monday, October 8th in observance of Columbus Day***

Ways to protect yourself online

  1. Use strong passwords that are at least 11 characters in length that are case-sensitive and include alpha-numeric characters and at least one symbol.  Use a password checker to ensure you're using a strong password.
  2. Do not use the same password for multiple websites used to conduct online transactions.
  3. Be sure your home computer is protected with a firewall and antivirus / anti-malware software.  A best practice is to configure the antivirus / anti-malware software to automatically check for updates at least weekly.
  4. Be sure to install operating system patches when they are made available.
  5. Avoid using public Wi-Fi and public computers (e.g., those found in libraries and hotel lobbies) to conduct online transactions.  The use a a VPN cab make public Wi-Fi more secure.
  6. When offered, use multifactor authentication for account logins or out-of-band authentication to confirm login attempts and/or transactions.  Multifactor authentication uses more than one authentication method, such as user password (something you know) and a one-time password token (something you have), or biometrics (something you are).  Out-of-band authentication typically involves the user receiving a passcode via text message which the user must enter to complete a login or a transaction.
  7. Be wary of what you're sharing - Openly sharing information on social media can provide an identity thief with the necessary information to impersonate you, or answer certain challenge questions.  Keep social media accounts private, and be cautious who you're connecting with.  Never share anything related to your credit union account, transactional history, or identifying information in unprotected public forums.