There are two (2) Board positions open for this coming year. Police FCU members who are 18 years of age and in good standing with the Credit Union are eligible to run for the Board of Directors. A Nominating Committee has been appointed and will accept nominations until Tuesday, March 7, 2017.
Members who wish to be considered by the Nominating Committee should submit a letter acknowledging their intent to serve in a non-pay voluntary capacity, their willingness to attend regular and special meetings of the Board when notified, and their willingness to volunteer a minimum number of 40 hours each year to attend credit-related training courses, conferences, and other events. Please submit your letter of intent with a biography to:Police Federal Credit Union Attn: Nominating Committee 9100 Presidential Parkway Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Police FCU Annual Meeting
Mark your calendars for Police FCU’s Annual Meeting as we review highlights of 2016, unveil plans for 2017, and elect our Board of Directors.
Date: Saturday, April 15, 2017
Location: FOP Lodge 89
2905 Old Largo Road
Upper Marlboro, MD
Light breakfast followed by business meeting at 10:00am. Please RSVP by phone 301.817.1200 or email Linda Dixon at email@example.com
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December 11, 2015
With the holiday season upon us, unfortunately this brings an increase for potential fraud. We want to fully keep you updated on issues that may have impacted your area. We have been alerted by our card processor of a significant increase in skimming device fraud committed at convenience store ATMs in our area (District of Columbia and Baltimore metropolitan areas) and throughout the nation. Although none these cases were committed on Police FCU owned or affiliated ATMs, we like to keep our members updated and provide tips to reduce the chances of becoming a victim. Police FCU continues to stand as your trusted financial partner and provider of world-class service.
What is ATM Skimming?
ATM Skimming involves the attachment of electronic devices on or around the ATM for the purposes of capturing both the magnetic strip data contained on the back of a debit card as well as the PIN number that is entered by the customer when using the ATM. The devices used to capture the information will vary in shapes, sizes and designs but are made to be unobtrusive or mimic legitimate devices.
ATM Safe Use Tips:
Use these helpful tips to keep your information safe and secure this holiday season and all through the New Year.
***Don't become a victim, check out the FBI Internet Fraud page for
tips on avoiding becoming a statistic, and what you can do if you are,
or suspect you may the victim of identity theft or fraud.***
*APY = Annual Percentage Yield
**APR = Annual Percentage Rate