(607) 733-1304 | 519 Hart Street Elmira, NY 14905 | View Holiday Schedule

What’s Happening at the Credit Union?

Make sure to follow us on facebook to stay up to date on what’s going on at the Credit Union! Below are some upcoming events that we hope to see YOU there!

  • Wednesday, June 8 from 11 – 2:30 – SPM EMPANADAS
  • Wednesday, June 29 from 11 – 2:30 – SPM EMPANADAS
  • Thursday, July 7 from 11 – 1:30 – MY EVA’S AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD
  • Friday, July 15 from 11 – 2:30 – SPM EMPANADAS
  • Friday, August 26 from 11 – 2:30 – SPM EMPANADAS

Keep up to Date, Stay up to Date!

 Make sure the Credit Union has your most recent information in order to keep you informed on all things FLHCFCU!

Enroll in eZcard

True to it’s name, eZcard gives you the simplicity of online banking for your credit card and allows you to access everything you need, right when you need it!

  • View account balances and check available credit
  • Pay bills online
  • Receive alerts of conditions or events affecting your account
  • Search transactions by name, amount, or date
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Lost / Stolen VISA

If you lose your FLHC Visa Credit Card, please call 800-543-5073 immediately to block the card. If you lost your FLHC Visa Debit Card, please call 888-241-2510 immediately to block the card. Please also call the credit union as soon as possible so that a new card and PIN may be issued.

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Electronic Transactions

Please call the credit union prior to completing any electronic transactions, ACH direct withdrawals, or ACH direct deposits. It is imperative that the correct numbers are used for these types of transactions. When an incorrect number is used, the transaction will not post automatically to your account. The credit union has to manually search for and post the transaction. A $5 fee will be charged if the correct numbers are not used.

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Phishing and Identity Theft

Reputable companies and financial institutions, like FLHC, never send e-mails asking for personal and account information. Always be suspicious of requests for information. Never click on a link in an email of this sort even if it looks legitimate. The link will take you right to scammers, not the real company. Be smart, protect your self.