Congratulations Members! We are so proud to announce that we set a donation record for our furry charity, Foothills Animal Shelter! The sales from our annual 2017 Dog Calendar funded a whopping $7,732 donation that helps support all the good work Foothills Animal Shelter does! We’re looking forward to our next calendar. Keep an eye out for 2018 call for entries later this year!
The newest member of the C·U·D family! Meet CASH! CASH is Credit Union of Denver’s new Border Collie mascot! CASH is the great Grand-puppy of Buck, one of C·U·D’s founding member’s dog. Buck was an important part of the credit union’s history. Saving money and being financially smart is in CASH’s blood! First C•U•D location New Customs House, Great Grand-Paw ‘Buck’ with his person Inspired by CASH’s enthusiasm and love for all things C·U·D, the credit union invited CASH to continue the family tradition and become the official C·U·D Youth Account mascot!... Read More
Have you received your EMV Chipped Debit Card yet? Credit Union of Denver (along with the majority of financial institutions in the USA), is replacing their old cards with the new, more secure, EMV Chipped Cards. We have listed the process of the EMV roll-out as well as definitions to what EMV is, why EMV is important and how this impacts you, the card holder. This is a very large undertaking and we want you to understand the many steps required to provide the best secure card product for you, our members. Information about... Read More
Updated news regarding new EMV chipped debit cards. Members with the expiration months January – June mistakenly received two EMV debit cards with the same card number as part of our mass reissue of (chip-enabled) cards. The cards would have come in two separate envelopes. Either one will work, so please activate and set your PIN on one and then destroy the other. Your old PIN will not transfer over to the new card number. As you activate your new card, you MUST set up a PIN. Set your PIN by calling 866.985.2273... Read More
Credit Union of Denver $2,500 Scholarship Winners Emily Jones Kevin Darcy Jr. Lauren Bizzigotti Ryan Sparks Congratulations to our winners! We received a tremendous amount of applications for the Scholarships. Thank you to all who applied. It was awesome to read how active and engaged our members are. The future looks bright!
Why change our cards over to these “chipped EMV cards”? Customers paying for in-store purchases with credit or debit cards will be doing more card-dipping and less card-swiping as more retailers shift to accepting cards with a computer chip to guard against counterfeit card fraud. That small metallic square on your card is a computer chip, and it’s what sets apart a new generation of cards. The square makes it much more difficult for bad guys to steal sensitive data; it is slowly replacing the magnetic strip. The chip cards... Read More
Thank you for your interest in Credit Union of Denver’s 2016 Scholarship Program. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to succeed. Whether that is financially or perhaps achieving a degree in a field of choice at the local university. We have been awarding scholarships to our younger members for many years. This year is no different. Credit Union of Denver will be awarding four (4) $2,500 scholarships with our 2016 Scholarship Program. Each submitted application must be completed, signed and turned in prior to the deadline of April 15, 2016. Here are the instructions to... Read More
Step 1 – Activate Upon receiving your EMV chip MasterCard Credit Card make sure to call the activation phone number, 800.527.7728, from your phone number that is on record with the Credit Union of Denver. Please destroy your old card once you have activated your new card. Step 2 – Setup your PIN You must setup your personalized PIN through PIN NOW. Call 888.886.0083 to initiate the system that will prompt you through the PIN selection process. Please choose a four digit PIN that only you will know. Be selective,... Read More
According to the NY Times article online, “The Fed cited job growth as a key reason for raising rates.” “Among the Fed’s roles are maximizing employment and moderating inflation. Job growth has strengthened steadily since the recession, and the Fed’s policy-making committee said in a statement it expected that progress to continue. Inflation remains weak, but the Fed said it expected prices to start rising more quickly. Unemployment is falling toward pre-crisis levels and a new Fed labor market index that tracks a range of data has recovered most of... Read More
Wow! You guys really know how to put on a great youth event. I came with my two kids and was so touched by all you did to make us feel appreciated and special. Santa was there and really talked to my kids about being good and giving unto others. The t-shirts and cookies were good too! Thanks again, Marsha T.