News: Last Updated May 6, 2022 (Click here for a copy of our print newsletter)

Our Office will be closed...

Febuary 20, 2023

Office will also close at 1:00 pm on April 7, 2023 for Good Friday.

Is Your Account Active?

In accordance with the Pennsylvania Escheat Law, any share account that is inactive for a period of three (3) years or more will now be escheated to the State of Pennsylvania. Please make sure to keep your account active. Re-Finance an Auto

Did you know that even though you recently financed your new or used auto loan through the dealership in order to take advantage of the dealer rebates and incentives you can refinance that auto through the credit union?

By refinancing you obtain the low rates that the credit union currently offers, can purchase GAP insurance at discounted rates and can pay the loan off at any time without penalties.

Stop in and see if you qualify!

Welcome Brackenridge Residents

Our credit union is now permitted to accept members who live, work (or regularly conduct business in), worship, or attend school in, and businesses and other legal entities located within the Borough of Brackenridge. We look forward to offering our hometown financial services to the residents of Brackenridge and those who work, worship or attend schools in the Borough. If you know of anyone who is eligible to join, please pass this information on to them and make them part of the credit union family.

Address Change?

Please keep us informed of your phone number and address changes. We need to keep your file up-to-date with latest information for loans, statements, and other services. Please contact us with any changes you may have.

Protect your account!

Your credit union will never send you an e-mail asking for your account numbers, passwords, social security numbers or other personal information, nor ask you to confirm this information. If you receive an e-mail of this type it is what is referred to as a "phising" scam. The senders of these e-mails are attempting to get you to unknowingly disclose your personal information for the purpose of committing identity theft.

Click here for more information on identity theft, and ways to protect yourself: