I have been a member since this credit union was known as “The Postal Employees Credit Union”. I have enjoyed being a member and watching it transform from small to larger. It has been a great process. I’m still proud to be known as a member.
Beware Of Online Tax Fraud
Being able to file your taxes online may have simplified this April ritual, but it’s also made it easier for cybercriminals to claim your tax refund. In the 2016 season, the IRS reported a roughly 400 percent increase in cyberattacks on tax filers. There’s no reason to believe the 2017 tax season will see any less crime. The Department of Homeland Security has launched a “Stop. Think. Connect.” campaign to encourage consumers to protect themselves from online tax fraud by taking these measures:
* Avoid giving out personal information, unless it is to a trusted entity like the credit union.
* Watch for fake messages or websites purportedly from the IRS or tax preparation services; DHS warns that sites can look quite legitimate, so examine them carefully.
* Don’t believe promises of “free money” from inflated refunds.
* Back up data and store your electronic tax files securely.
* Never share personal information over an insecure network. Look for “https:” in the URL and a lock sign.
Also, know that the IRS only uses written communications to connect with taxpayers to request personal information. Any electronic communication – email, text, or social media – is fake.
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First Priority Credit Union and ATM
Lisa has been with the credit union since 1996 and has more than 28 years of experience as a credit union loan officer. She loves helping members with financial needs like finding a great deal on a car or financing a vacation. In her time-off, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling. Her husband is an employee of the FAA. Lisa and her husband have two sons who are both in college and a daughter in high school. Come by to visit. NMLS #820632
Member Service Representative
Marissa has been assisting members at First Priority for more than three years. Besides being the first smiling face you are likely to see at the teller window, she has countless other responsibilities. For example, she is the one to call if you need a new debit card, need to set up an ACH transaction, or just need general help with your account. Marissa is both soft-spoken and soft-hearted. Most importantly, she is the mother of a beautiful little girl. Marissa will add joy to your day. Come by to see her.
Part-time Member Service Representative
More than just a teller, Diana has been helping credit union members for over 3 years. She is outgoing and loves to hear about your day. Her husband works for the FAA. Diana has two children and two grandchildren. In her time off, Diana loves to travel and to spend time with family and friends. If you call for an Uber ride, Diana just might be your driver. Come by, and Diana will brighten your day.
Cathy, like Lisa, has been with First Priority Credit Union since 1996. She has an accounting degree from Hardin Simmons University and has 32 years of experience in the financial industry, including 27 years with credit unions. Cathy’s husband works for Quality Implement of Abilene, and she has two children and one grandchild. When Cathy is not at the credit union, she enjoys family time, volunteer work, reading, and learning something new. Come in soon to visit. NMLS #1639416
Lost or Stolen Cards
To report a lost or stolen VISA debit or credit card, call us immediately. During regular hours, call (325) 692-4089. After hours, weekends and holidays, call 1-800-682-6075.
Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. National Credit Union Administration, a US Government Agency.
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If you have a problem with the services provided by this credit union,please contact us at:
First Priority Credit Union, 3165 S. 27th Street, Abilene, Texas, 325-692-4089
This credit union is incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas and under state law is subject to regulatory oversight by the Texas Credit Union Department. If any dispute is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may also file a complaint against the credit union by contacting the Texas Credit Union Department at 914 East Anderson Lane, Austin, Texas 78752-1699, Phone: (512) 837-9236, Website: www.cud.texas.gov.