In case you missed today’s Albany Herald, DOCO Credit Union received a rave in the Bright Side section.
Many thanks to DOCO Credit Union for being sensitive to my needs in time of my family crisis. You and your staff went beyond your regular duties to help, and it truly felt like a member owned business.
It’s always encouraging to hear we’re doing something right!
It’s time once again for the annual, DOCO Credit Union
Spring Car and Boat Sale! On May 16th – 18th, this much anticipated event will take place at the front entrance of the Albany Mall, by the fountains. With financing by DOCO Credit Union
, plenty of cars and boats to choose from, and six dealerships, this is an event you don’t want to miss!
Get excited, because this sale will be bigger and better than ever!
As a valued member of DOCO Credit Union, we are committed to serving you. As a new benefit of membership, we are providing you with free access to GreenPath, a money management and financial education services program. Through comprehensive education and exceptional service, GreenPath has been assisting individuals for more than 50 years.
GreenPath gives you unlimited access to financial counselors at absolutely no cost to you! Yep, you read correctly - it’s free to you! As a member of DOCO Credit Union, you can receive assistance with:
- Personal and family budgeting
- Understanding your personal credit report and how to improve your score
- Personal money management
- Debt repayment
- Avoiding bankruptcy, foreclosure, and repossession
- Identity theft resolution services
GreenPath counselors are available Monday – Thursday, 8 AM to 10 PM (EST), Friday, 8 AM to 7 PM; and Saturday, 9 AM to 6 PM. To use this new service, simply call 1-877-337-3399 or visit www.DOCOCU.com and click on the GreenPath link located in the Education Center here.
Each year, our Christmas tree decorations are provided by our Partner in Excellence schools! This year, we are proud to have Lee County Primary, Liberty Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Northside Primary, Sumter County Primary, Sylvester Road Elementary decorate our trees!
Lee County Branch
What do you think? Beautiful, right? Be sure to check out our decorations – truth be told, they are way prettier in person!
For more pictures of our Christmas decor and the decoration process, be sure to check out our Facebook album here.
As a financial institution looking out for our members, we wanted to provide a few simple tips to help protect your personal, financial, and identifiable information, along with advice on avoiding identity theft.
- Never share personal, financial, or identifiable information via unfamiliar text, email, websites, phone calls, or social networks. DOCO Credit Union will not call, email, or text our members requesting account information or social security numbers.
- Monitor your financial accounts. With online banking, DOCO makes this tip an easy one. By checking your account activity regularly, you will notice suspicious activity sooner.
- Opt for paperless account statements and bills – often fraudulent activity is a result of mail theft. Click here for more information on DOCO Credit Union‘s account services, which include free e-statements and bill pay.
- Guard your social security number and be sure not to give it out freely. The same goes for your home address and birthday!
- Be sure to shred all documents that contain personal, financial, or identifiable information before deeming garbage.
- Check with your financial institution often, to be aware of phishing attempts and scams. As a member of DOCO Credit Union, we advise you to check our website, e-statements, and social media sites such as Facebook for phishing scam warnings. You can find us on Facebook here and Twitter here.
Along with the tips listed above, we advise you to check with your financial institution to ensure your financial information is protected. By partnering with a credit union, such as DOCO Credit Union – you are on your way to protecting yourself from fraud!
For more tips on protecting your financial information and avoiding identity theft, be sure to click here.
Profile Magazine featured an article titled, “Lending a Helping Hand.” In this article, DOCO Credit Union‘s President, Barry Heape discusses innovative programs to benefit customers. Below is an excerpt from the article,
Credit unions are designed by the people for the people, and DOCO Regional Federal Credit Union is no exception. While it offers standard financial instruments such as checking and savings accounts as well as mortgages and auto loans, its primary mission is to improve members’ financial well-being and help the less fortunate. Started in 1959 and run by an all-volunteer board, the Georgia-based company helps the underserved with starter products and low-rate loans that provide opportunities they might not receive elsewhere and is dedicated to financial education and giving back.Profile sat down with Barry Heape, president and CEO, to learn more about what has made this regional icon a success for 53 years. Read more.
Hope you enjoy!
Have you seen? We have a new marquee!
As you are driving past our main office on Westover Boulevard, check our sign for new messages. We’ll be posting DOCO news, specials, rates, and more!
If you see it, be sure to let us know what you think!
This week, new ATMs are being installed at our branches! You may see some action out front of our Main Branch today, as the new ATM is being installed.
Dates of ATM installation below,
- Monday, July 16th – Tifton Branch at 1004 Love Avenue, click to view map.
- Tuesday, July 17th – Main Branch at 107 N. Westover Boulevard, click to view map.
- Wednesday, July 18th – Lee County Branch at 239 Cedric Street, click to view map.
- Thursday, July 19th – Americus Branch at 602 Tripp Street, click to view map.
- Tuesday, July 24th – Toccoa Branch at 568 Liberty Hill Road, click to view map.
We are excited about our new ATMs. Are you?
The Tifton Gazette has featured a great article about DOCO’s Memories and a Mustang, to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. The winner of the 1966 Ford Mustang is Nashville, Georgia resident, Jo Ford. She’s quoted as saying, “I’ve always been a Mustang girl.” To read more, click here.
At last nights raffle, Jo Ford of Nashville, GA won a 1966 Ford Mustang! Albany’s local news channel, WALB featured this video about the Memories and a Mustang raffle, presented by DOCO Credit Union and the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter. At last nights raffle, Jo Ford of Nashville, GA won a 1966 Ford Mustang!
Nashville, GA Woman Wins Mustang