This week we have been the target of a text scam. Many residents in the Missoula area have received a text on their cell phone stating, “MissoulaFCU alert for member phone ###-#### Contact 914-###-####,” and another one that uses an 844 area code. What we’ve learned is this is NOT targeted to just our members.
A message from Montana’s Attorney General, Tim Fox warns of increasing text message scams and provides steps to take to keep your finances secure.
How Did It All Begin? Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day began following the Civil War when American families were counting their losses. Popular poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow captured the sentiment of the entire nation in the final stanza of his poem, “Decoration Day,” published in 1882: Your silent tents of green We deck with
Check out all of the student ad submissions for the Missoulian’s Newspapers in Education Week!
We are honored to have been selected as Missoula’s Best Financial Institution for the 17th year! We also wanted to give a shout out and say congrats to our awesome Buzz Points Preferred Merchants for their many awards as well! Check them out below and if you’re not sure what all the Buzz is about,
Thank you to our members! During the month of December, Buzz Points held a competition called “Redeem for Charity” in which Buzz Points members at participating financial institutions could choose to donate their points towards a local charity. The financial institution that had the most member contributions would win a donation to a local charity
UPDATE 1/19/16: Attendance is full for this event and registration is now closed. Money Matters for Montana Women Women think, spend, and invest money differently. That’s why Montana’s Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica J. Lindeen is bringing women together for a free, one-day workshop to talk about money: no financial experience necessary. The Penny
It’s time again to Can the Bobcats! In its 16th year, the Can the Bobcats / Can the Griz Food Drive is looking to raise thousands of pounds of food for hungry Montana families, just in time for the holidays. Last year in Missoula alone, 121,609 lbs and $78,272 were collected. And yet Bozeman won…..again.
There are two community workshops scheduled. These workshops are designed to introduce Missoula homeowners to the program, giving you the information you need to consider adding solar to your rooftop and how to reduce the complexity and cost. Each workshop plans to provide time to ask questions and speak with the Steering Committee and participating