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Coin Fun Facts
The bison on the Buffalo Nickel once roamed New York City... Named Black Diamond, this bison roamed "The Big Apple" around the turn of the century. And as far as we know, Black Diamond never roamed outside of the Bronx Zoo—his New York City home.
There were copper pennies and white cents? Yes, there were "white cents" that didn't look at all like pennies. These were the Flying Eagle one cent coins of 1856–58 and the Indian Head one cent coins of 1859–64. They were made from metal that contained 88 parts copper to 12 parts nickel, which gave them a light or white color.
"In God We Trust" was first used on coins during the Civil War. This inscription was added to the two-cent piece of 1864. But it didn't become necessary to add it to all coins until 1955. The inscription "E Pluribus Unum," which means "One from Many" (as in one country made from many states) was first used on the gold $5 piece of 1795.
Youth Month - April
What kind of saver is your child? One who saves happily, or with a scowl?
Every saver is unique, but most people who save regularly developed the habit early in life. Learning to delay gratification in order to save for long-term goals is a crucial life skill, and one we are committed to helping our youngest members develop.
That's why we’ve create programs and services designed specifically for young people. One of those is our Youth Month programming. Every member under the age of 18 who makes a deposit during April will be given a FREE Owl Keychain.
By helping your child give a hoot about saving now, you’ll help them soar when they’re older.
Come in during the month of April for:
- Owl keychain
- Bunny Money book
- And more!
Update Your Address, Phone Number and eMail Address
Please take the time to make sure we have your correct address, phone number, and email address on file. You can update your information with us through Internet Banking, by calling us at 800.287.0046, or the next time you visit one of our locations. Communicating with you through online channels is the fastest way we can communicate to you your finances at Community Alliance Credit Union.
ID Theft Recovery Services
We offer fully managed identity theft recovery services, which can restore your good name if your identity gets stolen. In the event that you suspect identity theft or fraud for any reason, call us, at 800.287.0046. When you have coverage, we will put you in touch with an Identity Recovery Advocate that will do most of the work for you, learn more.
Steps you need to do to recover from identity theft:
Contact all creditors, utilities, and financial institutions
File a report with your local police. Get a copy of the report in case a creditor needs proof of the crime
File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Identity Theft Hotline at 877.IDTHEFT (438.4338)
Ask your creditors if they’ll accept the FTC’s ID Theft Affidavit. You can get one by calling the FTC at 877.IDTHEFT or at www.consumer.gov/idtheft. The affidavit allows consumers to report identity theft information to several companies simultaneously.
Report spam (e-mails) by sending an e-mail to the FTC at email@example.com.
If it appears that someone is using your SSN, contact the Social Security Administration to verify the accuracy of your reported earnings and your name. Call 800.772.1213 to check your Social Security statement.
Request your Free Annual Credit Report, the three major credit bureaus are:
Experian experian.com 888.397.3742
Equifax equifax.com 800.685.1111
TransUnion transunion.com 800.888.4213
If you have questions, call the Credit Union at 800.287.0046
Together We Can Fight Against Fraud - It's a Team Effort
What you can do to help:
By us working together, we can win the fight against fraud.