Industry features tell CU stories after Michael

Recent articles in industry magazines recognize the dedication and community spirit of credit union leaders, employees, and volunteers in the Panhandle. Even though many credit union staff faced crisis situations personally with storm damage and power outages, they had the well-being of others at top-of-mind. LSCU teams worked in concert with credit unions to restore […]

FBI says most common cybercrime is BEC scam

Krebs on Security recently posted an article including statistics from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, the most costly form of cybercrime that results from a type of internet crime known as “Business Email Compromise” or BEC scam. “A typical BEC scam involves phony e-mails in which the attacker spoofs a message from an executive at a company or a real estate […]

Donations desperately needed for hurricane victims

There’s an old saying, “Life is what happens when you’re busy making plans.” For many residents of the Florida panhandle and surrounding areas, life will never be the same after a hurricane turned from a routine storm to a deadly catastrophe. The work has just began to help our credit union family rebuild. While the […]

Support the SECUF to help hurricane victims

More than $200,000 in grant requests have already been approved by the SECUF for credit union staff and volunteers who have been devastated by Hurricane Michael. The work has just began to help our credit union family rebuild.  Over the weekend, we heard reports from one of our Panama City credit unions that they had two staff […]

Credit union updates following Hurricane Michael

Credit union closings and status due to Hurricane Michael. If a credit union is not listed here, it is believed to be operating normally. Bay Credit Union –  601 Highway 231 is using Suncoast Mobile Branch at their main office.  They expect to reopen this office. 7713 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach drive-throughs are operational […]