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Please give us your opinion about how the economy is affecting your saving and purchasing decisions. Simply click here to complete this short survey now. The survey will be available through November 30, 2018. Your responses are completely anonymous. We appreciate your taking a few minutes to complete this survey.

We will be closed Thursday, Nov. 22, Friday, Nov. 23, and Saturday, Nov. 24, in observance of Thanksgiving. Online banking and our banking app will be available during this time. We wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!

CDC Federal Credit Union is proud to offer CardValet. CardValet is an APP for your phone or tablet that helps you safeguard your debit card by setting limits on transaction amounts and by limiting the area and locations where the card can be used. If you lose your card or leave your card behind in a store or a restaurant, you can turn your card “off” directly from the App, so the card can’t be used until you have it safe and sound in your own hands again. To get started, download the free App to your Apple or Android device, set up your account (it takes about 10 minutes), and you’re ready to use the app. For more information, visit www.cardvalet.com.

Virtually everyone needs money to live, and everyone needs a place to put their money for safekeeping. For some, it may be under a mattress. For others, it may be an empty coffee can in the kitchen. But for the majority of us, checking accounts have been the longtime solution.

Life happens and oftentimes circumstances arise that are beyond our control! But that doesn’t mean you can’t stay in control of your finances. CDC Federal Credit Union is here to help you maintain control of your good financial health! Here are some solutions we offer to members in the event of financial hardship.

 

Most everyone could use a little help now and then. That’s why CDC Federal Credit Union has teamed up with GreenPath Financial Wellness. 

Devastation from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria along the Gulf Coast, Southeastern United States and U.S. territories have affected us all. As the storms end, the CDC Foundation’s Emergency Response Fund is supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its team of experts who are working with local, state and other federal agencies on the ground to address the health threats that are emerging. However, federal support cannot always meet all demands or be available rapidly enough to meet many urgent needs.  

Did you know CDC Federal Credit Union Visa cardholders can receive FREE updates about their Visa card activity?

Here’s how it works:  After using your card to make a purchase, you will receive an alert via text message and/or email. That’s it!

With Visa Purchase Alerts, if there’s ever any fraudulent activity, you will know within minutes so you can act quickly to resolve the situation. Alerts can be customized based on transaction type and/or transaction amount. Visa Purchase Alerts are safe, secure, convenient, and FREE to CDC Federal Credit Union Visa cardholders.

To sign up for alerts, go to Visa.com/PurchaseAlerts or for more information click here.
 

In honor of Dr. Tom Frieden’s legacy as director of CDC and in recognition of his profound impact on the health of Americans and the world, the CDC Foundation has launched the Tom Frieden Future Leaders Fund. This fund supports a robust public health workforce. 

Doctors who have spent the past three decades working in CDC’s birth defects center have never seen a situation so urgent as the Zika outbreak. Together, we must combat the unknowns surrounding Zika to prevent it from spreading.

How much do you know about credit unions?  Test yourself on these 10 myths.  How many did you believe until today?

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Now available! Download and read our Debt Booklet publication, Lose that Debt: A Guide to Financial Fitness

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