We are a people-oriented Credit Union that provides personal and business financial services of superior quality and convenience. Our primary focus areas are member financial well-being, enrichment of community and promotion of quality education.
During the month of November and the first part of December, we had cardboard bins in all of our lobby’s to collect food for Idaho FoodBank. At the close of our collection period, all of our branches combined collected over 2,100 lbs. for Idaho FoodBank! Way to go, CapEd!
This holiday season, take one simple step to safeguard your money: Switch to direct deposit for your federal benefits payments. If you receive your Social Security or other federal benefit payments by paper check in the mail, you might be at risk for theft or fraud during the holidays.
This fraud alert is to inform CapEd members about a recent phishing attempt to obtain their credit card account numbers, expiration dates and electronic signatures. In cases reported to NCUA, the perpetrator(s) sent fraudulent e-mails, representing to be from the NCUA, to credit union members and the general public. The emails state the NCUA will […]
Is it time for consumers to dump their banks? That’s a question the CBS Early Show posed to consumers in a highly positive Thursday story about credit unions. http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5989790n
Renaud Boucher-Browning, one of our members, is the recipient of one of this years $1,000 Education Exchange College Grants. This national annual scholarship program offers 4 $5,000 grants and 30 $1,000 grants worth a combined total of $50,000, to eligible high school seniors each year. The program’s goal is to recognize, honor and assist hardworking […]
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