We’re With You During These Difficult Times

Thursday, April 1, 9:30 a.m.

Dear Members,

Great news: As of today (April 1), our branch lobbies have reopened for normal business hours—no appointment needed!

Scott Credit Union’s highest priority is the health and safety of our employees and members. Now that vaccinations are on the rise and local COVID-19 positivity rates have decreased, we are confident we can serve our members safely within our branches.

While visiting our lobbies, we ask that you please wear a mask for the safety of others. You may be asked to remove or move the mask temporarily for security purposes.

For those who prefer not to enter the branch lobbies, we can still accommodate all your banking needs through our drive-ups, with the exceptions of safe deposit box access and Home Equity Line of Credit closings. Self-service options are available through SCU Online, our mobile app, and MemberLink telephone banking. Also, our Member Contact Center is happy to help answer questions via phone (800-888-4728), live chat, and email.

As always, thank you for being a member of Scott Credit Union. We know you have many choices when it comes to financial services. Please know that we have always been, and will always be, With You.

Frank Padak
President & CEO
Scott Credit Union

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