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Since 1958, Our Family Federal Credit Union has been serving businesses and their families throughout Lancaster County, PA.
We welcome employees and their families from the following companies to join our credit union:
  • Alcoa
  • Amerimax
  • Bowser Construction
  • Dr. Puranik, DDS
  • Fabral
  • Lancaster Orthopedic Group
  • Lebzelters Total Car Care




 
We have some exciting news to share with
 
all Our Family FCU members. 
 
We are entering into merger negotiations with
 
Belco Communiity Credit Union
 
More details will follow

 
  MERGER FAQs

Q:  Who is Belco?

A:  Belco Community Credit Union was organized in 1939 as a federally chartered credit union, serving the employees of Bell Telephone Company of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Belco's conversion to a state chartered credit union in 1997 opened the doors to expanding services to other businesses in Central Pennsylvania. Prior to receiving community charter approval in July 2005, Belco served a diverse group of over 700 partner companies and organizations.  Belco is a community chartered credit union that is open to businesses and anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York counties. Belco currently has more than 50,000 members and $400 million in assets, 11 branches, numerous ATM locations, and 24-hour account access via online and mobile banking, as well as a telephone banking system.

Q:  Will the current branch or employees change after the merger?
 
 
A:   Our employees are our most valuable asset and will be retained by Belco following the merger.  Belco has a network of 11 full service branches with three in Lancaster County. We will, however, jointly conduct an analysis regarding the future of the current branch office.

Q:  What will change once the merger takes place?
 
 
A:  Your current deposit and loan accounts will not have to be re-opened or refinanced with Belco. The actual merger will be mostly seamless to our members, although there will likely be a brief one- or two-day period when the branch will close as we transition account data from our system to theirs. More information regarding specifics such as account numbers, debit/credit cards, checks, etc. will be forthcoming as we approach the actual merger date.

Q:  Do the Board and management want the merger to happen?

A:  Yes! Our Board of Directors is confident that a merger with Belco is the right decision to provide our members a wide range of services and ensure our financial stability for the future. Belco’s management team also shares our strong feelings about continuing the credit union movement and operating in the best interest of our members. We have not made this decision lightly, and we encourage you to leave your loans and deposits in place while we work through this process. We are confident you will be highly satisfied with the products, services and convenience that Belco offers.


Q:  Will my deposits remain insured through this process?

A:  Absolutely!  Deposits are insured by the National Insurance Share Insurance Fund at both Our Family and Belco.

Q.  When will the merger take place?

A.  The merger process will take some time to complete to ensure there will be no disruption in services to Our Family members.  The transition will take place over the next several months and more communication will follow to keep members informed.  We are hopeful the merger will be finalized during the 1st Quarter of 2015.  

 
 

We are now using DeluxeCheck Printers for your personal checks. For your first order, please call the Credit Union. After your first order, you can order directly from Deluxe by clicking the image to the right.


NCUA Warns about Telephone Fraud

The National Credit Union Administration has issued a warning to consumers to beware of a new telephone fraud, known as a "vishing” scheme, that is using the agency’s name in an attempt to obtain personal financial information.

Several credit union members have been contacted by an automated phone call claiming to be from NCUA and notifying consumers their debit cards have been compromised. The call then asks the receiver to follow prompts, which request personal information, including sensitive financial data and personal identification information.

Anyone contacted by this so-called "vishing” scheme should immediately contact NCUA’s Consumer Assistance Center Hotline at 800-755-1030 or email phishing@ncua.gov to report the scam. Operators answer calls Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern.

NCUA neither seeks personal information from consumers over the telephone nor handles day-to-day maintenance of member account information. NCUA works with law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, to protect consumers from frauds of this nature. Consumers should never verify or release personal financial information to unknown callers.


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