What's New 


The UCCU Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 19th at 5pm at our 1426 North 26th Street branch.  No dinner will be served.  The Annual Meeting will include reports from the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Committee, and Management. 
Please join us for this informative meeting.  Tickets are free and must be obtained in advance from any UCCU branch by February 15, 2019.  Pick up your ticket today!


Starting January 31, 2019, UCCU will start issuing new EMV Chip debit and credit cards. 

Debit Cards - Members will get a new debit chip card in the month that their current card expires, no matter the year of expiration.  For example, if your card expires in May 2021, you will get a new card in the mail this upcoming May.  Debit Cards will look like this:
UCCU Debit Cards

Credit Cards - All new credit card orders will be chip cards and current card-holders will receive a new chip card when their current card expires.  Credit cards will look like this with the UCCU logo on the front:
UCCU Credit Cards


We take your security seriously.  Keeping your account safe and secure is our highest priority.  We are adding Text Fraud Alerts as part of our debit card protection program.
You will now receive text alerts when suspicious activity is detected on your United Community debit card.  If you receive a fraud alert, reply "Yes" or "No" to confirm or deny the activity.  If you reply "No" (the activity is fraudulent), you'll quickly receive a follow-up text to let you know that a fraud specialist will call you soon to help protect your account.  We'll also automatically disable your debit card to prevent any additional fraudulent activity. 
If you reply "Yes" (the activity was legitimate), you can continue to use your debit card as normal.  If you don't reply to the text, or your phone number is not a mobile number, we'll attempt to reach you via automated voice all.

Text message alerts will come from 32768.

Automated phone calls will come from 844-544-3265.

Make sure to save these numbers to your contacts so you don't miss any alerts.  This added protection to your debit card is automatic and text message alerts are free.  If you have any questions or ever see a suspicious transaction on your debit card, please contact us.


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