Stamford Healthcare Credit Union Coronavirus COVID-19 Procedures and Updates
STAMFORD HEALTHCARE CREDIT UNION, INC. Status Update - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
The Stamford Healthcare Credit Union (SHCCU) has been monitoring State, Local and Federal Government daily updates regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread, we would like to reassure you that the health and safety of our members and employees is always our top priority. We are thoroughly taking all necessary precautions and wiping down counter tops and door handles throughout the day.
We stand ready to fully support our credit union members for any of your financial needs. Be assured that all ACH, ATM, Share draft, payroll will be processed.
For the safety of our members and staff, the following restrictions are being implemented immediately.
EFFECTIVE MONDAY, MARCH 30TH, 2020
WE WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE
8a.m. – 11a.m*
MONDAYS, THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS FOR CASH OR CHECK WITHDRAWALS ONLY.*
***WE ARE STILL GIVING OUT LOANS, SO PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU NEED A LOAN APPLICATION***
MEMBERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE OFFICE. WITHDRAWALS WILL BE HANDED TO MEMBER AT OUR OFFICE DOOR.
PLEASE CALL AHEAD OR FILL OUT A REQUEST FORM LOCATED BY THE OFFICE DOOR AND PUT IT IN THE NIGHT DROP BOX.
DEPOSITS, LOAN PAYMENTS AND LOAN APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED THROUGH OUR NIGHT DROP BOX. WE WILL BE CHECKING THOSE EVERYDAY AND MAILING RECEIPTS.
*(Subject to change – Prior to your visit, please call 203-316-9111 or visit our website, www.shccu.org for more information or updates)
PLEASE PLAN AHEAD TO LIMIT YOUR VISITS.
THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO USE SOME OF OUR MANY SERVICES THAT WE HAVE FOR YOU:
24 HOUR TELLER
IF YOU ARE NOT SIGNED UP FOR ANY OF THESE, PLEASE CALL US, 203-316-9111 OPTION 3, SO WE CAN HELP YOU GET YOU STARTED
If you need a loan application, please contact 203-316-9111 option 2 and we can either fax or email one to you. The loan application will have an instruction sheet that you can follow, make sure it’s complete and either fax at 203-316-9080 , email or drop off in the night depository box with the necessary documents that you need to provide.
After hours you can also reach us at the following emails: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you already know, we have four ATM’s available to members free of charge. They are located in the following locations.
Stamford Hospital Main Lobby
Stamford Hospital Cafeteria,
1351 Washington Blvd.
Tully Health Center.
The Credit Union is also member of the All points Network of ATM’s located throughout the country. If you are not in Stamford, please look for an ATM that is part of the ALL POINTS NETWORK. www.allpointnetwork.com
Out of an abundance of caution amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Board of Directors of the Stamford Healthcare Credit Union announces the postponement of the Annual Meeting, originally scheduled for April 16th, 2020.
Fraud and Scam Alert
Please be aware that with the COVID-19 making headlines daily, hackers and scammers are now using this potential public health crisis as an opportunity to take advantage of unsuspecting businesses and consumers.
Fraudulent emails have surfaced claiming to be from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO) directing unsuspecting recipients to harmful websites that load malware or other harmful applications, under the ruse of offering important pandemic information. In response to these and other campaigns, the WHO and CDC have issued alert warnings to consumers to be on the lookout for individuals posing as the organizations.
The best practice in avoiding scams and hackers is to not click on any links in emails you were not expecting or you did not request, just delete the emails. As a reminder, if you are a Stamford Healthcare Credit Union Debit/ATM Card holder and suspect fraudulent activity on your account you should contact us immediately.
A Reminder From NCUA
The National Credit Union Administration is reminding credit union members of the safety of their deposits. In federally insured credit unions. All deposits at federally insured credit unions are protected by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, with deposits insured up to at least $250,000.00 per individual depositor. Additional information on NCUA share insurance coverage for consumers is available at MyCreditUnion.gov.