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Our New Wave Savings Account offers many perks to our young members.  Currently, New Wave Club members who are graduating high school seniors may apply for our annual College Scholarship.  Each year, New Horizons CU awards 5, $1,000 scholarships to deserving high school seniors.   For details and to print out the application, please visit our New Wave Youth Club page on our website.

New Horizons Credit Union offers Auto Loans with NO PAYMENT FOR 90 DAYS with rates as low as 1.99% APR* for up to 48 months. Now's a great time to shop for auto dealer last-year inventory deals.  Visit our Auto Loan page to print out a special certificate for participating dealers and opportunity for a $50 gift card with NHCU financed vehicles. All loans subject to credit approval. For more information on our Auto Loans click here.

Members Can Get Turbo Tax and Save!

New Horizons Credit Union members can get discounted services and merchandise through our partnership with the Love My Credit Union program such as Sprint discounts, ADT Home Security discounts, Turbo Tax services discounts, and more!  Visit LoveMyCreditUnion.org/Happy to learn more.

 

Protect Yourself Against Fraud
Just a reminder that New Horizons Credit Union has a system that monitors members' accounts for possible fraud.  You may be contacted if fraud is suspected, but NHCU will never ask for personal information such as online credentials, your entire card number, account number, or social security number via email, voice, or text messaging.  To report fraudulent charges, or a lost or stolen card during business hours, contact our Call Center at (251) 316-3240.  After hours, call (800) 449-7728.
There are many forms of social media that we use day in and day out - with friends and in doing business.  All forms of social media have their share of scams by some very creative fraud artists who can cause everything from computer viruses to ID Theft if you fall victim.
Protect yourself on social media by taking the same basic steps as you would for any other method of keeping your data safe:  Don't share with strangers, know who you are communicating with and verify their identities, be aware that scams exist, and remember that if something sounds too good to be true, it is.  
*If you ever feel you have been a victim of fraud, please contact your credit union or identitytheft.gov
 
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate