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Holiday Scams Alert

In advance of the holiday season, FBI Charlotte reminds shoppers to beware of cyber criminals and their aggressive and creative ways to steal money and personal information. Scammers use many techniques to fool potential victims, including fraudulent auction sales,...

President’s Corner – Missed News

While many of us have been following the daily deluge of midterm elections, Supreme Court nomination hearings, migrant caravans, and presidential tweets, the following stories slipped through the cracks and fell back between the gossip columns and birth announcements...

Remembering Lew Pascalli

It is with great reverence that we announce the passing of Lew Pascalli. Lew was a Credit Union member, Chairman of the Credit Committee since the 1960’s and an esteemed friend. An ethical and thoughtful man, his opinion was respected by his fellow committee...

President’s Corner – Insider Trading

Albert H. Wiggin did what very few people did – he made millions of dollars during the 1929 stock market crash and subsequent Great Depression. Mr. Wiggin, then head of Chase National Bank, shorted 40,000 shares of his own company stock and made $4 million in...

Phone Call Fraud Alert

Beware – 1st Northern California Credit Union continually monitors for fraudulent activity and will always try to alert you if any is identified. As general practice, we strongly encourage you to be vigilant, pay attention to your statement, and monitor your...

President’s Corner – Tariffs

Sometimes, life imitates art. A good example comes from the 1986 movie classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The following represents several scenes combined of a high school history teacher (played by Ben Stein, who is still a frequent commentator on political and...

Tips for Teens – Goal Setting

I took Art during my senior year of high school, not because I didn’t meet the art requirements (I took Orchestra freshman year) but because I needed an elective to meet my schedule requirements. To some, an hour of art and Pandora may sound like a dream....