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Important Information Regarding COVID-19

SRP Federal Credit Union continues to monitor developments in the rapidly changing Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation.  Below is important information regarding SRP and the COVID-19/Coronavirus. Please visit this page for any updates regarding our response and preparation during this time.
 

Staying Safe

Our top priority is keeping our members and employees safe. We are monitoring the progress of COVID-19 and following the guidelines of both the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control. We are taking additional steps to ensure surfaces are cleaned even more frequently than normal and social distancing is promoted to reduce spread of the virus.

Precautions SRP is Taking

SRP Federal Credit Union continues to monitor developments in the rapidly changing Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation. Our top priority is for the safety of our members and employees.

We have re-opened our branch lobbies under guidance from the CDC.

There there are many other ways to conduct business with SRP such as:

Bank by Phone
Drive-Thru window
ATM - over 50 in the CSRA
Night drop
Mobile App
Online

Your Funds are Safe

As a reminder, your money is safe at SRP Federal Credit Union. Your funds are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration or NCUA up to $250,000. Depending upon joint owners and beneficiaries, this insured amount could be even greater.

Be Aware of Coronavirus Fraud

Scammers often use situations like the Coronavirus to take advantage of consumers. Please be alert and cautious of any scammers who may try and solicit you with the following:


  • Imposter Scam - scammers are attempting to solicit donations, steal personal information of consumers, or distribute malware by impersonating government agencies.
  • Investment Scam - scammers are attempting to send promotions that falsely claim that the products or services or publicly traded companies can prevent, detect, or cure Cornonvirus.
  • Product Scam - scammers sell unapproved or misbranded products that make false health claims pertaining to COVID-19. One example is there has been reports of fraudulent marketing of COVID-19-related face masks.
  • Fraudulent Stimulus Checks - scammers are attempting to send out fraudulent checks disguised as Stimulus Checks via mail.

For more information please click the links below for the latest news?to better protect yourself from these scams.


 

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