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There are no “quick fixes” to clean up your credit

If you’re trying to clean up your credit, you’ll come across plenty of companies offering an easy fix. But any company promising instant results for a price is likely a scam. The FTC says Grand Teton is one of those companies. In its lawsuit, the FTC says Grand Teton tricked people into paying hundreds –...

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Identity Thieves Don’t Take A Vacation.

Neither Does SHERPA®! The start of a busy summer travel season is underway. Booking online, making purchases and even stopping for gas can become hot targets for identity thieves. Do more to protect your information this summer by subscribing to SHERPA® Identity Protection today. SHERPA® offers peace of mind knowing your identity is intact by...

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2019 Shred Events

1st Ed Credit Union held two free community shred events in 2019. Our first event was held on March 30 at our Greencastle Branch where members and non-members brought almost 1,600 pounds of personal documents to be shred. Our second event was held on June 15 at our Chambersburg Branch where members and non-members brought over 1,500 pounds of...

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Fraud Alerts & Scams

For the most up to date list of scam alerts from the FTC visit www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts. June 20, 2019 – PA Department of Revenue Issues Scam Call Warning Targeting Recipients of Property Tax & Rent Rebates The Department of Revenue today issued a warning to Pennsylvanians to be cautious of a scam targeting seniors and people with...

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2017 Equifax Data Breach

Just when you think you are safe, the Equifax data breach happens. 143 million records were potentially compromised containing over 200,000 credit cards. Affected consumers are at risk from criminals using stolen information to fraudulently open accounts. This means that the most pressing and immediate threat with this breach is identity theft. It’s difficult to...

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