Community Corner

Do you have a rainy-day fund?

Don’t let life rain on your parade when unexpected expenses arise. The best way to be prepared for these unwelcome bills, is to save in advance by creating a rainy-day fund. Here are some helpful tips to be prepared for any storm. Additionally, keeping a rainy-day fund will also help you build financial discipline.

What is a rainy-day fund?

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Learn about CAR BUYING at our workshop on September 28, 2019!

Do you know what to research before buying a car? Do you include shopping for financing? Would you like to know more about buying a new car?

Join us for our Car Buying Workshop on September 28, 2019 at Hawaii FCU from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Call 808-441-4285 to register.

See you there!

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Get more with the updated Sprint offer!

Get ready for an offer that’ll get you out your seat and sprinting for! Sprint is updating their Credit Union Member Cash Rewards offer. Starting Friday, September 6, 2019 stack lines 3, 4 and 5 for free!

The new Sprint offer will be updated to reflect the following changes:

  • Credit union members earn $100 in cash rewards for each new line activated (up to 2 lines)
  • Credit union members receive a $100 annual loyalty reward every year
  • 25% off select accessories purchased in Sprint stores

PLUS

  • Lines 3,

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Scam callers using HFCU caller-ID!

We have recently discovered that people, including non-members, have been receiving missed calls from our Hawaii FCU phone number with no voicemail being left. To ensure the safety of your personal information, please do not give out any sensitive information as these phone calls may be scam callers using the Hawaii FCU’s number as its caller-ID. Should our credit union need to contact a person,

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FORBES ranked Hawaii FCU in the top 5 credit unions in the state!

With more than 5,000 credit unions and 117 million members across the U.S., Forbes ranked Hawaii Federal Credit Union top five for Best-In-State Credit Unions for 2019. The financial institutions were scored based on overall recommendations and satisfaction, as well as five sub-dimensions (trust, terms and conditions, branch services, digital services and financial advice).

Here at Hawaii FCU,

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