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Be Cautious of What You Cash

Be Cautious of What You Cash

Unsolicited check fraud is on the rise. Did you ever receive a check in the mail that you were not expecting? These checks could look like a rebate check or a refund for an overpayment. Before opening your banking app to deposit it or running to your financial...

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Enabling Push Notifications

Enabling Push Notifications

How To Enable Push Notifications in Digital BankingYou can get notified when different transactions occur in your accounts. Have Direct Deposit set up? You could get notified when your paycheck has been deposited into you account! 1. Login or Register for Digital...

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NET Credit Union Awards $5,000 In Scholarships

NET Credit Union Awards $5,000 In Scholarships

Scranton, PA June 14, 2021 - NET Credit Union awarded $5,000 in scholarships to two local recipients: a high school student and a college/trade school student. We believe in giving back to our community and in helping our  members reach their goals. Each recipient...

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Say Goodbye to Vishing

Say Goodbye to Vishing

As the use of technology increases, fraudulent acts continue to stay on the rise. Fraud artists attempt to capture personal information in multiple ways. One of the most popular forms of identity theft is vishing. Vishing Identity Theft occurs when someone steals your...

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NET CREDIT UNION ANNOUNCES 2021 CHARITY RECIPIENT

NET CREDIT UNION ANNOUNCES 2021 CHARITY RECIPIENT

ALL FUNDS RAISED WIL BENEFIT PEGGY’S PATHWAY FOR WOMEN’S CANCER Scranton, PA May 12, 2021- NET Credit Union announces our 2021 charity recipient: Peggy’s Pathway for Women’s Cancer. Peggy’s Pathway for Women’s Cancer is a charity started by Peggy Petinato’s family and...

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Victim of Identity Theft?

Victim of Identity Theft?

Identity theft occurs when someone steals your information for their own personal gain. There are a variety of fraudulent situations that occur including: new tradelines, social security theft and credit card theft-just to name a few. Clearing up any identity theft...

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