Your Savings Federally insured to at least $250,000
and backed by the National Credit Union
Administration, a U.S. Government Agency.
We do business in accordance
with the Federal Fair Housing
Law and the Equal Credit
Opportunity Act.
"SHARED BRANCHING"
COMING SOON!

What does this mean for you?

Convenience. Our members work and live all over town.
We strive to provide convenient and easy access.
Shared branching will offer you locations all over Knox
and the surrounding counties in which to access your
account for basic transactions. Therefore, we will be
"sharing" locations with other credit unions that offer
the same service to their members. Think of how you
may use an ATM on the other end of town to withdraw
cash at no additional charge to you. This service
functions similar to that scenario. You will be able to go
into a shared branch office to make a deposit, request a
cash or check withdrawal, and more at no charge to you
even if you are on the other side of town.


Why are we adding this service?

We appreciate your business and we want to provide you
with easier access to your account. Your new branch
location options are not just local. You will have branch
offices available for use located all over the United States.


When will this be available?

We are expecting this service to be up and running by
early November.



In preparing for our newest service, "Shared Branching",
we will have a change to our hours of operation.
Effective July 1, 2017 the main office location on Broadway
will be open on Mondays 9:00 am - 4:30 pm and
Fridays 9:00 am - 5:30 pm.
The PRMC branch office hours will not change.
Physicians Regional office hours are
Monday thru Thursday
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
closed 10:45 - 11:15 for lunch
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Wow!
We can now process most loans
electronically. This means no more
trips to the branch office to sign documents.
Equifax Data Breach
As we are sure that you are aware, Equifax announced the massive data breach, which impacts 143 million American consumers with the loss of “Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver's license numbers.” And an additional 209,000 credit card numbers
were also stolen.

Affected consumers are at risk from criminals
using stolen information to fraudulently open accounts. The first step consumers should take to find out more is to visit Equifax's website. Equifax has a tool that can help consumer's determine whether their data has been exposed. Then, consumers should take steps to protect their identity. We have a number of tips that may be
useful in remaining vigilant to protect your
personal data. These include:


•Don’t respond to email, text or telephone calls asking for personal or financial information


•Frequently review account activity and immediately report unauthorized transactions


•Place an initial fraud alert with credit bureaus if fraud has occurred


•Enroll and opt-in for a transaction monitoring
service


•Monitor your credit report by attaining and reviewing your credit report at least annually.
www.annualcreditreport.com