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Category: Scott Credit Union News


Spring Travel

Traveling This Spring? Don’t Get Burned by These Scams!

It’s been a long winter, and you’ve been looking forward to getting away for months—whether it’s a sunny spring break voyage with friends or a chill family trip. As you happily pack your bags and finalize your plans, be wary of these travel scams, which can turn your dream vacation into a nightmare.

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79th Annual Meeting

Scott Credit Union to host 79th Annual Meeting

Scott Credit Union is pleased to announce its 79th Annual Meeting will be held Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

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New Job

How Can I Succeed at My New Job?

Q: I’ve just landed a new job, and I’m a bit nervous about starting. How can I succeed in this opportunity?

A: Congratulations on your new job! Whether it’s a new position in your current workplace or a new place of employment, this is a very exciting time, but also a little challenging. With the right work practices in place, it can be the start of a successful rung on your career ladder that pays off for years to come.

Here’s what you need to know when starting a new job.

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Beware Cryptocurrency Scams

As one of the hottest investments on the market, cryptocurrency has been enjoying the spotlight for quite a while, and scammers are eager to cash in on the excitement. Cryptocurrency scams are particularly nefarious since the digital currency is not regulated by any government, and once it has transferred hands it usually cannot be reclaimed. Here’s what you need to know about cryptocurrency scams and how to avoid them.

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Debt Consolidation

What Do I Need to Know about Debt Consolidation?

Q: I’m up to my ears in debt, and I’d love a way out. I’m strongly considering debt consolidation. What do I need to know before I move ahead?

A: Debt consolidation is the process of moving several (possibly) high-interest debts into a new loan or line of credit. It can help you pay off your debt quicker, with less money going toward overall interest payments.

Here’s what you need to know about debt consolidation.

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