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Check here for the latest news from CBC. Want to know what we are up to in the community or where to see us next? You’ll find that information here as well. We participate in a ton of events in the Ventura County community each year so you’re bound to bump into us somewhere!

Epic Checking & Wealth Planning Webinar

Thank you to everyone who joined us yesterday evening for our Epic Checking and CuVantis webinar. We hope you learned something and have a better understanding of all the many perks and protections that come with our Epic checking accounts, as well as an introduction to our wealth planning service!

In case you missed it, we recorded it!

If you have any questions, please call (805) 988-2151 or email memberservices@cbcfcu.org. Thank you for being Epic!

Important Fraud Information

Keep an eye out for scams

We've seen an increase in new scams involving emails, texts or phone calls about suspicious products, charities, medical advice and treatments, etc. Scammers often seek donations, personal information, money or gift cards to resolve urgent requests like a lawsuit, account block or an arrest. They may pretend to be a relative, government official, or even a hospital representative requesting payment for medical treatment of a loved one.

7 ways to manage finances safely with online banking

These days, as long as you have access to the internet, you likely have access to a full-service financial institution from the comfort of your own home. Online banking gives people instant access to a full range of services from their computer or mobile device, which makes managing finances easier and safer than ever in the current global environment.

May 2020 Member Update

CBC has an important update to share with our members. Thank you to our VP of Member Experience, Jesus Garcia for explaining our recent changes in all of our branches in an effort to keep our members and employees safe!

For more information on our hardship programs please click here

 

5 tips for managing money during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has people worried for a number of reasons — chiefly their health, but also their financial futures. Millions continue to file for unemployment, and people all over the world are feeling heavy financial strain and the stress of job insecurity. The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics monthly jobs report showed that the U.S.

New perks for all members!

We are in this together, that’s why we’re pleased to extend pharmacy, vision, hearing savings and identity theft protection to all of CBC’s members who don’t already have these benefits in their checking accounts until December 31, 2020.

US Stimulus Package Payments

Many CBC members are expecting to receive financial relief from the government in the form of a stimulus payment (also known as Economic Impact Payments or EIP) via direct deposit or a physical check from the IRS. The IRS began distribution of these payments on Wednesday, April 15 and will continue in waves over the next few weeks. The IRS determines these payment waves, and CBC Federal Credit Union does not know who will be in each wave.
 

The Perks of a Credit Union Checking Account

On the surface, checking accounts are many people’s hubs for their personal finances. They help them pay their monthly bills and manage their daily expenses and purchases. That’s because checking account holders have access to online and mobile banking, nationwide ATMs and debit cards and personal checks to make purchases or withdraw funds from their account. Further, many employees find checking accounts useful for direct deposit of their paychecks.

COVID-19 Financial Relief

We want to let you know that CBC is here for you if you have been affected by the recent COVID-19 developments. We are launching several programs designed to offer financial relief to our members that are in need.

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