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  • 1. How do I login to online banking for the first time? Views: 129 Featured Content Public
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    If you are logging in for the first time, please watch this video tutorial: When logging in, you will be prompted to receive a security code via email, text or phone call. This will happen every time you use a new device or web browser. Once you register your device or web browser, you’ll be set! It is important that you keep your contact information updated. If you need to make changes to where you receive your security access code, log in to online banking, go to: Profile Settings, cli  More...
  • 2. What is the Temporary NCUA Insurance Coverage For Transaction Accounts? Views: 66 Featured Content Public
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    NOTICE OF CHANGES IN TEMPORARY NCUA INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TRANSACTION ACCOUNTS All funds in a ‘‘noninterest-bearing transaction account’’ are insured in full by the National Credit Union Administration through December 31, 2012. This temporary unlimited coverage is in addition to, and separate from, the coverage of at least $250,000 available to members under the NCUA’s general share insurance rules. The term ‘‘noninterest-bearing transaction account&r  More...
  • 3. What resources does LA Financial have during the Covid-19 outbreak? Views: 0 Public
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    https://www.lafinancial.org/coronavirus/

  • 4. What positions are available at LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union? Views: 111 Public
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    We are seeking energetic, creative, and enthusiastic individuals for employment with an organization that has a competitive benefit package in a dynamic work environment. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Long-Term Disability Coverage 401(K) Retirement Plan Potential in Advancement Paid Parking L.A. Financial CU Employment Opportunities Do you have a niche in customer service? If the answer is YES , we want you on our TEAM! We are currently accepting applications for various position  More...
  • 5. What are my options for contacting LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union? Views: 45 Public
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    Below are the various ways that you can contact LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union: Ask us a question online! V isit us in person at a branch near you! Call us: 1-800-894-1200 or (626) 792-7441 Mailing Address contact us email
  • 6. What is anytimeAnswers? Views: 40 Public
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    anytimeAnswers provides you with a central place to find answers to your questions online 7x24. Can't find what your looking for? No problem, you are able to securely ask your questions online using the ask a question link and we will get your answer back to you securely online within 6 business hours! Search Q As : Quickly search our continually updated knowledge base to get answers to your questions and set bookmarks on information you want to get back to quickly. Ask a Question: Ask   More...
  • 7. I received a letter from the credit union asking me to verify account information. Is this legit? Views: 35 Public
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    Yes. We have contracted with MCGladrey Pullen , LLP to contact a sample of our members to confirm the accuracy of their account balances. This process is required by our auditors and our regulators. It is one of many internal control processes followed by the credit union to enhance the accuracy and reliability of our financial reporting systems which ultimately protect you, our member. If you were selected in the sample, you will receive a letter from the credit union with detailed instructi  More...
  • 8. How do I apply for a position at LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union? Views: 34 Public
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    We are seeking energetic, creative, and enthusiastic individuals for employment with an organization that has a competitive benefit package in a dynamic work environment. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Long-Term Disability Coverage 401(K) Retirement Plan Potential in Advancement Opportunities Paid Parking L.A. Financial CU Employment Opportunities Do you have a niche in customer service? If the answer is YES , we want you on our TEAM We accept applications and resumes at any tim  More...
  • 9. Are my accounts insured? Views: 29 Public
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    You Are Secure With LA Financial Credit Union LA Financial Credit Union is safe, secure and stronger than ever. LA Financial prides itself on being highly prudent and responsible with our members’ money. Furthermore, we have very stringent loan underwriting standards and we have never engaged in risky lending or depository practices. At LA Financial, your savings are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) up to $250,000 per qualifying account and backed by the full fait  More...
  • 10. I am suspicious of a request for "security key" information when I tried to access my bill payer account. This has never happened before and I thought it might be an attempt at fraud. Views: 26 Public
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    It's great that you were cautious of this new procedure because the request is legitimate. For added security measures, Bill pay subscribers will be prompted to enter a security key. They will be directed to a page inside the billpay site upon completion of normal login procedure. This screen will explain what we are requesting and why. This will be the only time they will ever have to enter this security key. Normal procedures for login will resume upon attempts after initial login. This is  More...
  • 11. Who regulates credit unions? Views: 22 Public
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    LA Financial is a Federal Credit Union. All Federally-chartered credit unions are regulated by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the Federal Government. Credit unions are subject to much of the same consumer regulations as other financial institutions. In some cases, such as investments and mortgage business lending, credit unions must adhere to more strict regulations. fz1
  • 12. How can I change my mailing address? Views: 21 Public
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    You can change your mailing address in any of the following ways: Mail a signed written request to PO Box 6015, Pasadena, CA 91102-6015 Visit one of our branches Fax a signed written request to 626.449.3429 Log into anytimeBanking and click on Other Services and click on Address Change Call 800.894.1200 to submit your address change over the phone with one of our Member Service Representatives fze1 change address
  • 13. How can i find out my member ID and routing number after hours? Views: 20 Public
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    Our ABA bank routing number is 322077562. Your member account number can be found on your statement in the top right had corner.
  • 14. How do I close an account? Views: 14 Public
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    We are sorry to hear you are interested in closing your account. To do so, we need your request in writing along with your signature. You may fax your request to (626) 449-3429, give it to us in person at one of our branch locations or you may mail your request to LA Financial Credit Union, P.O. Box 6015, Pasadena, CA 90012,6015. Once we receive your request, we will mail you a check for your closing balance to the address on our records.
  • 15. How do I access my account information? Views: 12 Public
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    You have several options to access your account information. You can: 1. Login to anytimeBanking , our online banking service 2. Use TouchTeller, our 24-hour automated phone system 3. View your balance and available funds from an ATM 4. Call our Member Services Department at 800-894-1200 during business hours 5. Visit one of our branch or CU Service Center locations
  • 16. Who can become a member of LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union? Views: 9 Public
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    LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union are both community credit unions. You may join if you live, work or worship in Los Angeles County, California or Lake Havasu, Arizona. If you meet any of those requirements and would like to fill out an application, click here Master Account Signature Card Form . fze1
  • 17. Are my funds insured at LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union? Views: 4 Public
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    At LA Financial, your savings are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) up to $250,000 per qualifying account and backed by the full faith of the Federal government. IRAs are separately insured up to $250,000. Plus, not one penny of insured savings has ever been lost by a member of a federally insured credit union. Credit unions support the operations of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) by maintaining deposit with the fund equal to a perce  More...
  • 18. If I have other questions, who do I contact? Views: 4 Public
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    You can call to speak to a member service representative at 800-894-1200, or email us at info@lafinancial.org . (Please do not send confidential information using email as it is not a secure method of communication). A secure way to contact us is by using the anytimeAnswers online form .
  • 19. What is an ABA number and what is LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union's ABA number? Views: 4 Public
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    An ABA number , also known as the Routing and Transit number, uniquely identifies LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union and is used in check processing. LA Financial Credit Union and Havasu Community Credit Union's ABA number is 322077562. This number is the first 9 digits listed on the bottom of your checks. fze1
  • 20. Am I eligible to open an account or loan at your credit union? Views: 4 Public
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    You can open an account if you qualify for membership in one of the following ways: 1. If you live, work, attend school, volunteer or worship within Los Angeles County, CA or Mojave County, AZ , you are eligible to become a member. 2. If you are a family member of an existing LA Financial/Havasu Community Credit Union member, you are eligible to become a member. 3. If you work for one of our Select Employer Groups - call 800-894-1200 for information, you are eligible to become a member.
  • 21. How did credit unions begin? Views: 4 Public
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    In 1844 workers and weavers of Rochdale, England created a democratic consumer cooperative. They organized a store and subscribed to shares in order to raise capital to buy goods at less than retail price and sell them to their members at a saving. The underlying principle of all cooperatives is that the society operates solely for the benefit of its members. The work of Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffiesen (1818-1888), considered to be the founder of credit unions in Germany, still influences contempor  More...
  • 22. How do credit unions raise capital? Views: 2 Public
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    Credit unions are owned by their members. They must generate capital for operating funds by receiving deposits from members and repayment of loans made to members. This is because they don't have the ability to generate capital through the sale of stocks to shareholders.
  • 23. Why does my statement shows two fees for my checking account? Views: 1 Public
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    ALL monthly account fees will now post at Month-End effective October 31, 2004. If you are affected by fees, you may see two postings the month of October. The beginning of the month will show a fee that was posted on the first based on the balance from the month end of September and the second posting will be for the month end of October. Going forward, you will only see one posting at month end.
  • 24. How do credit unions differ from banks? Views: 1 Public
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    Credit unions have members who own the credit union, not customers . Each person who deposits money in a credit union becomes a member of the credit union because their deposit is considered their share of the ownership. Banks can serve anyone in the general public. Banks have customers who have no voice in how the bank is operated. Banks are owned by a small group of investors who expect a certain return on their investments. Credit unions are democratically controlled. They are run by a volun  More...
  • 25. How do credit unions differ from other financial institutions? Views: 1 Public
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    Credit unions only provide services to their members and they are legally restricted as to whom they can offer services by their bond of membership. Changing economic conditions and regulatory interpretations have led to broadening fields of membership and this has created a widening role for credit unions in providing financial services. Credit unions are mutual organizations. In most cases, their only source of capital are member shares and retained earnings; they do not normally issue stock o  More...
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