KFCU News Alerts - Continued

March 2009 - Credit Unions in the Media - Continued

  • Your funds are perfectly safe. Keystone FCU is federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund and backed by the full faith and credit uf the U.S. Government. No credit union member has ever lost a penny of federally insured funds.

Although there has been much media coverage of the current economy and how it it is affecting financial institutions, Keystone Federal Credit Union maintains a strong capital position and will continue serving you, our member, with a wide variety of services to help you meet your financial goals.

January 2009 - Keystone FCU deposits are federally
insured through the NCUA

With various news reports that some financial institutions are facing losses due tosubprime mortgage lending and the credit crunch, you may be concerned about the financial stability of your credit union. We would like to reassure you that Keystone FCU remains strong, safe and secure.

Our sound lending practices and service-oriented policies allow us to continue serving our members even during troubled economic times. Although the economy is taking a toll on all financial institutions, Keystone FCU's capital position continues to remain strong. Plus, at Keystone FCU, your deposits are federally insured through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. government agency. Not one penny of insured savings has ever been lost by a member of a federally insured credit union.

We appreciate your membership and want to reassure you that you have made "the educated choice" by choosing Keystone FCU for all your financial needs.

November 2008 - Winter Weather Closings

On the rare occasion that winter weather prevents Keystone FCU from opening as usual, you can check our status by tuning into two area radio stations:

  • 1520 AM WCHE Radio, West Chester
  • 99.5 FM WJBR Radio, Wilmington

Both stations announce weather closing four times per hour. You may also visit www.wjbr.com and click on the "Operation Snowflake" link. Th WJBR website will list Keystone FCU's status at all times during the winter months.

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