At CSE Credit Union, we understand the importance of providing access to your financial information when you need it. That’s why we will soon be offering the speed and convenience of Online Banking and Bill Payer services.
If you plan to enroll in Online Banking, you’ll first need to be enrolled in our Telephone Teller service. If you aren’t yet enrolled, download and complete an Application Form.
Check out our Pre-Enrollment Checklist to learn more about what you can do to prepare for Online Banking enrollment.
In our Winter 2013 newsletter, we reported the discontinuation of our Life Savings and Loan Protection Insurance effective December 31, 2014. This change is the result of our insurance provider, CMFG Life Insurance Company, canceling the program for all credit unions in the United States.
This cancelation does not affect our insurance through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), which is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. Your deposits here at CSE Credit Union remain insured up to $250,000 through NCUA.
Since reporting this news, we have worked diligently to find a replacement for both types of coverage. Fortunately, we have been successful in retaining Loan Protection Insurance for our borrowing members. This coverage, which offers up to $10,000 in loan protection, will continue to be offered to credit union members at no direct member cost.
Life Savings Insurance up to $2,000 will not be retained and therefore coverage on existing insurable deposits will end on December 31, 2014. However, you can individually convert your Life Savings coverage to a guaranteed issue Primary Protection Plan, underwritten by CMFG Life Insurance Company. For more information about conversion, call 855-728-5205 and speak with a CMFG insurance representative.
In early 2015, the membership will convene for the Annual Meeting of the CSE Credit Union. As a member-owner of the credit union, you're invited to ask questions about CSE's accomplishments, participate in the election of directors, and visit with fellow members. Every member has a right to have advance knowledge of all items to be considered at that meeting.
Resolutions to be taken under consideration by the membership at the Annual Meeting must be submitted to the Resolutions Committee, 84 Wadsworth St, Hartford, CT 06106 for review by November 7, 2014. Include your name, member number and signature.
The Annual Meeting agenda, including resolutions requiring membership approval, will be posted on this site in mid-December and in our Winter Newsletter.