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Don't Fall for Mother's Day coupon scam


Coupons for $50 off at Lowe’s or Bed Bath & Beyond are making the rounds on social media—and, unfortunately, they really are too good to be true. They’re fake. They take consumers to a page featuring the retailer logo, ask consumers to fill out a survey to receive the deal, and then steal their personal data.

Can you hear me now? phone scam


There’s a new phone scam sweeping the country… The “Can you hear me now?” scheme attempts to record your voice over the phone. (When you pick up the phone, you’ll hear someone ask, “Can you hear me now?”.) The scammer then records and uses your “yes” response to sign you up for a product or service, and demand payment.

Maximize Your Membership


Maximize your membership in 2017 by taking full advantage of Mill City Credit Union’s easy-to-use online and automated services. Here are 4 easy tips on where to focus to get you started.

Stay on top of your Credit Score


Last summer we introduced free credit scores within Virtual Branch. If you haven’t tried it yet there’s no better time of year to start a new habit than the start of the new year! Make a resolution to track your credit score and find ways to improve it.

ATIRAcredit Mastercard Alerts


On October 1, enhanced ATIRAcredit card alerts launched to help reduce fraud and keep card holders informed of what’s happening with their accounts.

Mill City's 2016 Supported Charity


For a week in September the staff from multiple Twin Cities locations at Mill City CU worked diligently for many hours to make 20 cozy fleece tie-blankets for the children at Crescent Cove. We were honored on Monday to receive a visit and get to know about some of the children that would receive our blankets.

Wells Fargo accounts issues: How to get help


The financial ramifications to consumers regarding the Wells Fargo accounts issue is still be sorted through, and many people have questions about their accounts, credit report and financial impact. Mill City Credit Union members can meet one-on-one with a BALANCE counselor to review and resolve Wells Fargo account issues.

NCUA Fraud Alert - Texts


The National Credit Union Administration has received additional consumer calls about suspicious text messages claiming to come from the agency.