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  • Scam of the Week: Single Sign-On Smishing

    Okta's single sign-on (SSO) service allows users to log in to multiple accounts by using one set of login credentials. Unfortunately, users aren't the only people who benefit from this service. Cybercriminals are taking advantage of Okta and other SSO services in a recent smishing (SMS phishing) scam.
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  • 2023 Scholarship Information

    Homeland Credit Union annually recognizes twenty students within their field of membership for their past efforts and future goals through the Homeland Credit Union scholarship.
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  • 5 Totally Free Things You Can Do to Support Your Local Economy

    Small changes in how you save and spend your money can better your community! This article includes 5 free things you can do to support your local economy.
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  • 2023 Board Nominations

    We extend to you, an opportunity to become a part of one of the most respected credit unions in the nation. Our reputation and high level of member confidence in the credit union are extremely important to us.
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  • 7 Ways to Organize Your Financial Life

    January is a great time to create a checklist for yourself and set a plan for how you can better prepare for the year ahead. This checklist will help you create a better plan of realistic goals for the short-term and long-term. Check out these 7 tips for organizing your financial life.
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  • 2-Hour Delay 12/23/22

    2-Hour Delay Friday, December 23, 2022
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  • Spoofing attempts are on the rise!

    Many financial institutions, including Homeland, are experiencing an increase in cases of “spoofing” – when a fraudulent caller falsifies information displayed on the caller ID to disguise their identity.
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  • 5 Reasons to get a Christmas loan

    Why should you consider getting a Christmas loan as opposed to using a credit card? Here are 5 reasons why.
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  • Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Signing a Mortgage

    Asking the right questions is an important part of every financial decision you make, and home ownership is no exception. If you’ve been thinking about buying a place, preliminary research will turn up a long checklist of questions for you to ask at every part of the process.
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  • Scam of the Week: Watch Out for Phishy Energy Bill Scams

    During times of economic change, cybercriminals will use fear and instability to their advantage. Now, they’re using concerns about energy costs to lure victims into their malicious scams. These scams offer rebates, refunds, or discounts for energy bills to appeal to frustrations about rising costs.
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  • Free Shred All August Long

    Free shred during the month of August
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  • Scam of the Week: Watch Out for Celebrity Cryptocurrency Scams

    Cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), continue to gain popularity with people all over the world. Celebrities are often hired to advertise cryptocurrency projects and investment opportunities.
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  • Watch Out for Phishy Facebook Messages

    In a new scam, cybercriminals have been using compromised Facebook accounts to send links to fake login pages. This scam is gaining popularity, with over eight million people viewing just one of the phishing pages so far this year.
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  • Important Notice: Debit Card Fraud

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  • Class of 2022

    This is a notice to all secondary and post-secondary graduates currently within the Homeland Credit Union membership and graduates located in Ross, Pickaway, Vinton, Fayette, Highland, Pike, Jackson, Hocking, and Fairfield counties.
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  • Scam of the Week: Spoofed SMTP Relay Services

    Scam of the Week: Spoofed SMTP Relay Services Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the standard method that mail servers use to send emails.
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  • FOR THE LIFE!!

    Example- Emily came into the credit union and transferred the balance from her big box credit card to a Homeland CU Visa®. Now her $3,000 balance is locked at the 3.50% APR* rate for the life of the balance she transferred. If it takes Emily five months or five years to pay off the transferred balance, it will be locked in at 3.50% until the balance is paid in full.
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  • Scam of the Week: Malicious MFA Bypassing Method

    Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a great way to add an extra layer of security to your login portals. However, clever cybercriminals may use a new method to bypass MFA and compromise your accounts. While cybercriminals haven't used this method in a real-world scam yet, researchers believe this scam could occur in the future.
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  • Calling all YOUTH

    April is National Credit Union Youth Month and we have a few things in store for our current and future Mighty Savers.
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  • Caller ID Spoofing

    Wednesday, March 9th a Homeland Credit Union member phoned in to let our call center representative know that our number had been spoofed and someone was calling to ask for sensitive account information.
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