Crosstown Civic Credit Union is updating all existing MemberCard debit cards to the new Interac Flash® enabled debit card. Your Crosstown Civic debit card gives you access to your accounts through ATM and point-of-sale transactions and allows you to tap and pay on smaller purchases. Interac Flash® is the newest contactless payment method; it's fast, convenient and secure.
Once you receive your new Interac Flash® enabled debit card, it will replace your current Crosstown Civic Credit Union MemberCard, which will be cancelled on June 25, 2018.
Crosstown Civic Credit Union is dedicated to our communities, our youth and their future.
We are pleased to offer six - $500 scholarships, totaling $3,000, to graduating Grade 12 Crosstown Civic Credit Union members who are pursuing post-secondary education.
The scholarships will be awarded based on academic achievement, personal recommendations, leadership and extracurricular activities, including school and community, volunteer work and future goals.
Please review full details and download the application form. Initial applications must be received no later than Monday, June 22nd 2018, but we realize transcripts may not be issued by your high school until the end of June, therefore, we will accept transcripts to follow that are post-marked no later than July 3, 2018. Thank you!
Crosstown Civic Credit Union and Phoenix Recycling have partnered to host our Annual Free Personal Shred Day on Saturday, April 28th from 10AM to 2PM with onsite mobile shredding units at our 1200 Henderson Highway and 3161 Portage Avenue West branches. A second event will take place in the fall on Saturday, September 15th at our 1450 McPhillips Street and 515 St. Anne's Road locations.
During Shred Day, residents can bring old utility bills, tax returns, financial documents or other sensitive documentation to be shredded safely and securely. Due to capacity issues of the onsite trucks, we are asking the community to kindly limit shredding to 2 bags or boxes.
This year we will be accepting donations on behalf of Siloam Mission. CCCU will match all proceeds collected from the community up to a maximum of $10,000.
WINNIPEG, MB The Board of Directors of Crosstown Civic Credit Union (CCCU) declared at this year Annual General Meeting a return of $3.1 million to its members in the form of surplus shares. The amount represents 3.25% in patronage allocations, based on a member’s loan interest paid and eligible deposit interest received for all qualifying accounts, plus 2.75% on existing surplus shares owned by the member.
The board also declared 20% cash redemption of existing surplus shares, which totalled $3.2 million.
“Crosstown Civic experienced another year of strong financial results, despite these challenging economic times,” said Board Chair Alan Janzen. “The members who are responsible for our success deserve to share in our profits. It’s nice to be able to reward our members for their continued patronage.
This year’s allocations bring the total amount returned to members to over $61 million since the inception of the Member Equity Program in 1992, with over $41 million paid out in cash.
CEO Mona Forsen added that, “Our continued success relies on the support of our members. The Member Rewards Program is our way of letting members know how much we value their business and an opportunity to say thank you for their ongoing commitment to our credit union.”
The best defense against fraud is education and awareness. This Fraud Awareness Week we would like to highlight some tips to help keep you safe from cyber fraud. The prevalence of technology and the popularity of Online Banking has made banking a whole lot more convenient, but with this convenience comes different types of fraud to look out for. Now more than ever it is important to be aware of the best ways to keep your information safe.
If you have become a victim of fraud please contact your branch as soon as possible.