Wednesday, July 1, 4:00 p.m.
Attention SCU Members: We will temporarily close the lobby at our O’Fallon Branch beginning Thursday, July 2. The Drive-Up will remain open during regular business hours for your convenience. Again, we appreciate your understanding. For updates regarding branch availability, visit our locations page.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 12:45 p.m.
COVID Update: Out of an abundance of caution, we have temporarily closed our Fairview Heights location. The Drive-Up at that location will re-open for regular business hours on Thursday, July 2. The lobby will remain temporarily closed.
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Paul Millard recently joined Scott Credit Union as its new Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending.
Millard, who has lived in Edwardsville for nearly 30 years, brings over 30 years of commercial credit and lending experience to the organization. His experience includes oversight of loan administration, credit underwriting/analysis, loan portfolio management, operational and credit soundness, and personnel management.
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Four million Americans are receiving their Economic Impact Payment in the form of a prepaid debit card – and many are mistaking it for junk mail.
Last week, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) began sending out Economic Impact Payments (EIP) as prepaid debit cards. The cards arrive in plain white envelopes that are strikingly similar to junk mail from credit card companies and scam mail. There’s no way to know that the card is from the federal government unless the recipient knows to expect it.
Reports are already pouring in from all over the country of people mistakenly tossing their EIP cards along with their junk mail. By the time they realize they’ve thrown out their long-awaited stimulus payment, it’s too late.