2019 Voting Results are in!

There were 812 valid ballots cast for the election this year. Our Call for Nominations process resulted in fewer candidates as there were openings for the Supervisory Committee and the exact number of candidates as there were openings for the Credit Committee. Therefore, these candidates are considered elected by acclamation and no election by the membership was needed. For the Supervisory Committee Laura Avila, Jacque Ganger and Robin Morthland. For the Credit Committee Kenneth Maxey and Tara Washington. The Board of Directors had 5 candidates running for 3 open positions.... Read More

Shred Event 2019 – A New Record!

Last Saturday, April 20th, we held our Annual Shred Event! It was a tremendous success! We helped over 500 vehicles through our three lines of Shred Trucks from Iron Mountain. A new record for this event! 35,000 pounds of paper were shred this year, making it a record amount! We wanted to thank all of our members for their patience and continued support of this event. This was a free event, however we did accept donations. We ended up collecting $650.50 in donations for the Foothills Animal Shelter! A new record too!!!! We also wanted to give... Read More

Top 5 Reasons to have a Checking Account with Credit Union of Denver

It would be difficult to find a checking account better than the Reward Checking Accounts we offer at Credit Union of Denver. If you don’t have one yet, you are definitely missing out! We realize it is difficult to change your checking account when you already have one established. We assembled a team of employees who worked to find a way we could manage the switch to a new checking account for you. Unfortunately there is no way around your participation so our team changed their direction and came up... Read More

5 Ways Finances Are Like a Newborn

1. No Instructions When the nurse handed me my newborn baby, she did not include an instruction manual. The same can be said for your first paycheck. The number one question I hear when I teach financial wellness is “Why didn’t anyone teach me this in school?” Unfortunately, personal finance is often omitted in school curriculums around the country. Most people start learning about finances after they’ve received their first paycheck — often learning through mistakes. The credit union offers a number of products to help maintain positive finances. It... Read More

Be Aware…Crooks are Spoofing Credit Union of Denver!

ATTENTION!! Crooks are spoofing our 303.234.1700 telephone number and may be calling you about transactions on your debit card.   Please do not give out any information on your card or account.  They may ask for your 3 digit code (CVV) on the back of your card.  Do not give them your CVV code number! Our fraud detection company, who may call to verify specific transactions for fraud, will not be asking for your PIN or CVV code on the back of the card. If the crooks get a hold of... Read More

Traveling with Your Checking Account

Take the Credit Union with You When You Travel Spring break is always a popular time to travel, but the credit union has noticed that traveling, in general, is popular all year round with our members. Some members spend months planning their next vacation while other credit union members take off spontaneously. No matter how much time you spend planning for your next adventure, make sure you take a few minutes to get your account ready for travel as well. Tell us you’re traveling One of the easiest, but most important... Read More

Account Security Form

Update Your Account Security Account security is one of our highest priorities and we are always working toward new ways to protect member’s accounts, while still making sure the access to their account information is convenient. So much account business is conducted by phone, email or online these days. We have created an Account Security form to help make the verification process easier to properly identify you. When you call into our Call Center for assistance or visit our teller line, you will be asked two or three of these... Read More

If it’s a free trial, why do you need my debit card?

Beware of that Free Trial A chance to try something out for free? What have you got to lose? If you’re interested in a particular product or service, try before you buy might seem like a no-brainer. But what starts as a free trial — or for a very low cost — might end up costing you big money. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, wants you to know that some companies use free trials to sign you up for more products — sometimes lots of products... Read More

Limited Transfers from Savings

Regulation D – What you need to know Regulation D is a federal regulation that limits the number of electronic transfers from savings accounts and money market accounts to any other share accounts. The limit per month is a maximum of six electronic transfers. An electronic transfer is any transfer that is done through online banking or Call-24 (automated phone system), any transfer requested by phone through our Call Center or any transfer that is initiated by an insufficient balance in the checking account. One other transaction that is effected... Read More

Holiday Account

Time to Open a Holiday Account! Congratulations! You have survived another holiday season! If your New Year resolution is to be better prepared for the holidays next year, we can help with that goal. Credit Union of Denver offers a Holiday Account and right now is a perfect time to open one. This account is essentially a certificate of deposit (CD) within your current account that you can deposit into during the year to help relieve some of the financial stress the holiday season can cause. Many members will set up... Read More