Get Informed and Be Better Protected from Fraud

Credit Score Fraud

On average, Ohioans consider themselves adept at protecting their personal information, but research suggests that may not be enough to keep identity thieves at bay. According to an Ohio Credit Union League 2019 consumer survey, about 90 percent consider themselves to be well-informed consumers when it comes to protecting themselves from identity theft. That fits with the national trend. Across the U.S., consumers have become increasingly aware that their personal information needs protection. Since stories about data breaches have become…
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Why checking your credit score can pay off

Credit Score Fraud

For many, credit scores come with judgment, risk, and security, which is why many Ohioans are paying attention to them. In an Ohio Credit Union League 2018 consumer survey, 73 percent of respondents reported checking their credit scores within the past six months. That’s compared to 18 percent who had checked within the last year, and 8 percent who’d last sought their scores more than a year ago. The average American isn’t quite as conscientious. According to a survey from…
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5 Ways A Good Credit Score Is Your Safety Net

Credit Score Money Management Spending/Saving

A healthy savings account is your best defense against life’s curve balls. But sometimes setting aside some money every paycheck isn’t enough—particularly when you’re just starting out in life. A good credit score can be an additional safety net, providing you access to low-interest credit options that can help cover any expenses your emergency savings can’t. Here are your options: 1. Credit cards Credit cards can be useful for relatively small emergencies. Of course, this requires that you haven’t maxed…
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7 Ways to Protect Your Credit Score

Credit Score

When you swipe your credit card, you might not be thinking about what your creditors are doing to make sure they recover the money they just loaned you. But, as you make your next purchase, make sure to protect your credit score. Your credit score is a three-digit number that creditors use to assess how likely you are to repay your loans. A high score can help you qualify for the lowest interest rates and gives you the ability to…
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Network Administrator

Are you seeking a career at an organization that:

• Offers superior member service?
• Is committed to building financial wellness for our members and their families?
• Is actively involved in the communities we serve?
• Offers a competitive salary and benefits with growth opportunities to their employees?

Midwest Community Federal Credit Union is seeking candidates who possess excellent communication skills, the ability to adapt quickly to change and those who are punctual, honest, and friendly!

The Network Administrator position duties include, but are not limited to, providing support to users, maintaining servers and workstations (including associated hardware and software), and installing and configuring network equipment. The ideal candidate will have at least two years of experience in a network administration role, previous experience with Microsoft Windows Server and desktop operating systems, switches and routers, VMware ESXi, Microsoft365, and VoIP systems.

For more details about the position, refer to the expanded job description here.

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