We’re With You During These Difficult Times

Monday, March 23, 3:00 p.m.

Dear Members,

Like you, we are continuing to monitor the news about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We are taking extensive steps to protect our employees, our members and our community. We also are working to provide you with all of the services you need at this time.

We know that these are difficult times. We are with you and understand that you may be dealing with a financial hardship due to COVID-19. To help ease the financial burden, we are committed to providing you support by making sure you have access to extra money you may need, reducing or waiving fees, and allowing you to forgo payments if needed during this time.

Here is a summary of the temporary updates we have put in place to help members who are impacted by COVID-19:

  • Deferred mortgage payments based on need
  • Deferred consumer and auto loan payments
  • Skip-a-Pay on credit card payments. Please refer to your credit card statement for details.
  • Deferred business loan payments and bridge loan options based on needs of our local businesses
  • No payment for 90 days on all new consumer loans

If you are experiencing a financial hardship due to COVID-19, we encourage you to contact our Member Contact Center at 1-800-888-4728 or via email by visiting our Contact Us page. We will do everything we can to help you.

Please remember that our branch drive-ups remain open during regular business hours and our 24-hour ATMs continue to be available. You also can access your accounts via online and mobile banking.

Even while we have temporarily suspended access to our branch lobbies, we understand that you may have an essential need to meet with us. If you are dealing with a hardship, or have an essential need, please contact us to schedule an appointment at a branch.

We’re With You.


Frank Padak
President & CEO
Scott Credit Union

Wednesday, March 18, 2:00 p.m.

Scott Credit Union, in cooperation with other local credit unions, has been closely monitoring information related to coronavirus (COVID-19). In the best interest of the health of our members and employees, Scott Credit Union will temporarily be suspending access to our branch lobbies at all locations beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020.

Our Drive-Ups will remain open during regular business hours. Our ATMs will be available. We will continue to monitor the situation and resume full branch access as soon as public health conditions allow us to do so safely. We will do everything we can to provide the services you need during this time.

Thank you for your patience and, as always, for choosing to be a member of Scott Credit Union. We will update this blog article regarding our branch accessibility and other related news as the situation develops. We recommend that you take advantage of our 24-hour online and mobile banking tools to perform your transactions.

With these free self-service banking channels, you can:

  • Check balances
  • View pending transactions
  • Transfer money between your accounts
  • Transfer to your loans to make a payment
  • Pay bills
  • Deposit checks

You can also visit scu.org to open an account or apply for a loan at this time. To make a loan payment, visit our Loan Payment Options page.

We will continue to have employees available to answer calls to our Member Contact Center at 800-888-4728. Or, you can visit our Contact Us page to email or chat with us for assistance.

If you need assistance with a loan or credit card payment, please contact us. We will be with you to help during these challenging times.

Frank Padak
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