Monthly Archives: October 2018

New or Used – it’s a great time to buy.

Shopping for different vehicle is can be an exciting, but a little overwhelming at the same time. Visiting lots, checking out makes, models, prices and options, you will be faced with a lot of choices. One of your first choices will be whether to buy new or used. Both have advantages as well as well… See full article »

Free Up Some Cash! Skip-a-Pay is here!

The Holidays are back, and so is the Holiday Skip-a-Pay!                      There is no time like the              Present     to take advantage of the Holiday Skip-a-Pay   Free up a little holiday cash for a special gift by skipping your… See full article »

The RGFCU Holiday Skip-A-Pay is Here!

Free up a little holiday cash for a special gift by skipping your November 2018, December 2018 OR January 2019 RGFCU loan payment. A $25 fee will be charged for each loan skipped. That fee will be used by the RGFCU to contribute to our community give-back programs. However, in lieu of the $25 fee,… See full article »

International Credit Union Day – Help Us Celebrate

October 18, 2018, will mark the 70th anniversary of International Credit Union Day. This year’s theme is “Find Your Platinum Lining.” It combines the traditional gift of platinum for 70th anniversaries with a play on the saying “every cloud has a silver lining.” Credit unions all over the world will be celebrating the history and… See full article »

Have you been getting fees?

Have you been seeing fees on your RGFCU account? It could be a REG D thing! It is important to remember that all of your savings type of accounts are not to be used as regular transaction accounts for handling your financial business. All regular transactions – checks, electronic payments, deposits, etc. are to be… See full article »

Be Aware of Phishing Scams

As a financial institution, the RGFCU works hard at staying on top of fraud and keeping our members informed of scams that could affect them. We encourage you to read the following article regarding the increasingly convincing phone phishing scams. The common thread of these scams is the information they seem to have already that… See full article »