Visitors to our offices will notice some recent changes designed to ensure the safety of members and employees.
It has come to the Alabama Automated Clearing House Association's (ALACHA) attention that a new email is circulating under the guise of being from the Federal Reserve and claiming that a wire transaction has failed.
You may notice that your next check order looks different when it arrives in your mailbox.
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We have been notified by the company which provides our gift cards and reloadable Independence cards that they will no longer service these products.
Several banks have begun to charge new fees to their customers for extra debit card swipes and the privilege of using their checking accounts.
Holidays and weekends seem to be the scammers' favorite time to prey on consumers.
The National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) reports that fraudulent e-mails are being circulated regarding ACH transactions.
Alabama Credit Union has added upgraded features to its ACUiBranch® online account access, to give members added convenience.
Here, you'll find descriptions of common scams.
Alabama Credit Union is hosting multiple fundraisers this week to support the Secret Meals For Hungry Children program.
Alabama Credit Union is hosting an “Accessory Shopping Extravaganza” at Charming Charlie, located in Midtown Village-Tuscaloosa, from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday, July 31.
Alabama Credit Union’s Main office, located on Bryant Drive in Tuscaloosa, will be hosting a Bake Sale on Friday, July 29. All proceeds from the bake sale will help pay for Secret Meals For Hungry Children food packs.
All funds in a 'noninterest-bearing transaction account' are insured in full by the National Credit Union Administration through December 31, 2012.
Alabama Credit Union, Sprint and RIM, the company that owns Blackberry, have partnered to offer an extraordinary deal for credit union members.
Impact Alabama has exciting news concerning its “SaveFirst” initiative.
Alabama Credit Union understands that a natural disaster can wreak havoc on your finances.
We appreciate your membership at Alabama Credit Union and welcome any comments.
Victims of storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding beginning April 15, 2011 in parts of Alabama may qualify for tax relief from the Internal Revenue Service.
For those affected by the devastating tornadoes on April 27, Alabama Credit Union offers a 0% APR Disaster Loan.