Educators Credit Union remains open through the “Safer At Home” declaration. The lobbies are temporarily closed, but YOUR TRANSACTIONS CAN BE DONE FROM HOME OR AT A DRIVE-UP.

If you need a new debit or credit card, please call us at 262.886.5900 to order one before going to the branch.

Our blog details all the ways you manage your account during this time.

What's New at Educators

#11882: By Your Side: Protecting You From Spoofing

You get a call, pick up your phone and look at who’s calling. It’s a familiar name or business, maybe the IRS or even the police department. You pick up the phone, but something sounds… wrong. Maybe it’s a robotic voice or someone who’s saying things that don’t make sense. This is a common type of fraud called spoofing. The … Read more »

#11880: By Your Side

We know a lot of people are going through a hard time right now. Educators Credit Union is here to be your partner for whatever comes your way. Whether you’re trying to buy a new house or car or facing troubles during a difficult time, we want to be your partner for whatever happens. No matter where you are in … Read more »

#11872: Need a new card? Call us first!

Educators Credit Union is still printing new debit and credit cards at our branches, but before you go pick yours up, you MUST call 262.886.5900 and order it. It takes a bit of time to print new cards. When you call before heading to the branch, it saves time for everyone involved. Cards need to be picked up the same … Read more »

#11852: A Few Ways To Help

One of my favorite quotes of all time comes from Mr. Rogers. Well, actually his mother. It goes, “When I was young and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” I know that a lot of you are looking for ways … Read more »

#11839: Family Friendly Movies Are Streaming

Because your local theaters are closed, movies are moving to digital instead! We put together a full list of new(er) releases that you can watch from the comfort of your home. In this two-part list, we start with movies that are fun for the whole family. Some of these titles will be available for free on Netflix, Hulu or Disney+. … Read more »

#11837: Protecting Yourself From Phishing

Most of us have heard of phishing. It’s one of the most common types of fraud because most everyone has an email. Phishing is when an email sender tries to trick you into giving out your person information. Often, it involves a fraudster pretending to be someone you trust. To protect yourself from phishing: Don’t send personal and financial information … Read more »

#11829: IMPORTANT: Tax Day Has Been Moved

The IRS has announced that the deadline for filing or paying your federal and state taxes has been moved from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. The announcement came on the IRS’ website. It explains that the extension has been given to help those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. While the deadline has been moved, they still encourage everyone … Read more »