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  • 1. Privacy of Children's Information Views: 85 Public
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    Global Credit Union is committed to protecting the online privacy of children. In accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, we will not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13 without first obtaining parental consent. If we receive online information from any child we will only use the information to respond directly to the child’s request. We recognize that protecting children’s identities and online priva  More...
  • 2. The Dollar Dog Club is now the Junior Citizens Club. Views: 47 Public
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    The Dollar Dog Club has been changed to the Junior Citizens Club . This club is a special benefit to our Global Junior Citizens ages 1 to 17. Junior Citizens are encouraged to budget their money through save, spend, share . Benefits include: ($5 minimum opening deposit - ) No Membership Fees - a savings of $15 Receive a Moonjar What's a Moonjar? Moonjars are a financial literacy coin bank helping kids lean how to manage their money. There are three se  More...
  • 3. How do I redeem my Dollar Dog punch cards? Views: 30 Public
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    Global no longer uses Dollar Dog punch cards. The Dollar Dog Club has been changed to the Junior Citizens Club . This club is a special benefit to our Global Junior Citizens ages 1 to 13. Junior Citizens are encouraged to budget their money through save, spend, share .
  • 4. What prizes can I get with my Dollar Dog Club Punch Cards? Views: 23 Public
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    Dollar Dog Punch cards are no longer being used. Everyone under the age of 17 who opens an account is automatically a Junior Citizen. Junior Citizens receive a Moonjar . What's a Moonjar? Moon Jars are a financial literacy coin bank helping kids lean how to manage their money. There are three sections: Save, Spend and Share.
  • 5. Prepare Your Teen for Credit Views: 16 Public
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    Half of high-school seniors don't know about free annual access to credit reports from the three consumer credit-reporting companies, according to a study released in late 2008 by the Jumpstart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. A credit report gives lenders and even prospective employers a picture of a potential borrower or employee's credit repayment history. Maxine Sweet, vice president of public information for Experian, explains how her credit-reporting agency handles inform  More...
  • 6. What is the Junior Citizens Club? Views: 12 Public
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    Global offers a club for our younger members: Junior Citizens Club . This club is a special benefit to our Global Junior Citizens ages 1 to 13. Junior Citizens are encouraged to budget their money through the save, spend, share philosophy. Benefits include: ($5 minimum opening deposit ) No Membership Fees - a savings of $15 Receive a Moonjar What's a Moonjar? Moonjars are a financial literacy coin bank helping kids lean how to manage their money. The  More...
  • 7. Teach Kids How to Save, Spend and Share Views: 3 Public
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    Daily life presents many occasions to help children understand money and how to use it well. Children learn by playing, by imitation, and by participation. Suit activities to your child's age, interest level, and attention span. For example: Give children younger than five mixed coins to count as objects (one, two, three coins). Supervise children handling coins--they're easily swallowed. As children grow, help them identify coins and count them as money (one nickel, one dime, two pennie  More...
  • 8. Get Kids Started Right Views: 0 Public
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    We often hear that our children are our greatest asset, the door to the future. How can we help them build confidence in their financial future? One good answer is a savings account. By encouraging regular savings you prepare your kids to meet the demands of an increasingly complex financial world. A regular savings program helps both teenagers and younger children understand the basics of personal finance and the importance of building sound money management habits. It demonstrates the power of  More...
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