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Description:You are now leaving Savannah Schools FCU website. When you click "Continue" below, you will be transferred to a website that is not operated by the credit union. Savannah Schools FCU is not responsible for the content on the alternate site. Savannah Schools FCU does not represent the third party or the member if the two enter into a transaction. Privacy and security policies of the alternate site may differ from those practiced by the credit union.CONTINUE TO CULIANCE LOCATOR Savannah Schools Federal Credit Union Members, It is with regret that we are postponing the Annual Credit Union Meeting scheduled for March 24, 2020, at Johnson High School. In this critical time of the Coronavirus, we have listened and know that your health is our priority. We know that some of our members may have Read More The Chairman for the SSFCU nominating committee, Dr. Willis Blake, ask that you submit your letter for candidacy to the Nominating Board Chair. It is critical that the candidates possess the talent and leadership skill to contribute to the achievements of the SSFCU Board of Directors. This includes but is not limited to membership in Read More ATM fraud is becoming more prevalent with the invention of smaller computing devices. One of the methods that criminals use to access your account is ATM skimming. Skimming occurs when a device is place into the ATM machine and interferes with typical ATM transactions. This device may be a substitute card reader inserted into the Read More New Online Banking, Bill Pay and Audio Response Systems! Beginning February 1, 2016, you will notice changes to our online banking platforms. This new platform is a result of our computer system upgrade. As such, you will need to re-enroll in this service when you access it for the first time. How will I access Read More Phishing is a high-tech internet scam using e-mails (spam) or pop-up messages trying to trick you into giving out your financial and personal information. The phisher pretends to be a legitimate financial institution or credit card company. The e-mail usually says that you need to update or validate your account information. The message usually directs Read More Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.
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