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Credit Union Information

National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)

 

Credit Union National Association (CUNA)

 

CUNA Mutual Group (Tru-Stage Insurance Products & Consumer Info)

                                        

Automobile

Edmunds Buyers Guide - New Automobile Invoice Prices and MSRP Prices

 

NADA - Used automobile values                

 

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

 

Identity Theft

FTC ID Theft - Information for victims of identity theft.  Also see recommendations at the bottom of this page. You may also want to enroll  with LifeLock for future prevention of identity theft.

 

   LifeLock is a cost-effective way to help safeguard

against identity theft 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Click logo to enroll and for more information.  LifeLock has discounted prices for our membership.

 

                                                   

   
 Identity Theft Recommendations:
  1. Contact the fraud department of any one of the 3 credit bureaus to place a fraud alert on your credit file.  The fraud alert request creditors to contact you before opening any new accounts or making any changes to your existing accounts.  As soon as the credit bureau confirms your fraud alert, the other bureaus will be automatically notified to also place fraud alerts.  Once the alert is placed, you may order a free copy of your credit report from all 3 credit bureaus.
  2. Close the accounts that you know or believe have been tampered with or opened fraudulently.  Use the ID Theft Affidavit when disputing new unauthorized accounts.
  3. File a police report.  Get a copy of the report to submit to your creditors and others that may require proof of the crime.
  4. File your complaint with the FTC.  You will be added to the database of identity theft cases that FTC maintains for law enforcement agencies for investigation purposes.