Category Archives : Tips


First Year Experience: Financial Planning

Our PR Director, Becky Belcher was asked by Darton State College to participate in a personal finance video for freshman students. Answering questions such as, what should college students know about managing their finances? What should college students know about saving their money? What should college students know about credit? As a financial expert, Becky […]


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FAQs, part III 7

Since launching the new online banking system, several members have experienced difficulties accessing the online banking system. We have consistently found that the problems are related to the use of Internet Explorer 10. Unfortunately, the online banking system and Internet Explorer 10 are not compatible. Please know that we are doing everything in our power to resolve the […]


FAQ, part II

Since launching the new website and online banking, several of you have mentioned having issues with logging into your accounts. Some of you were first time users of our online banking system, while others were experiencing issues related to resetting passwords. For your protection and to prevent fraudulent activity, we require you to call (229) […]

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Welcome, GreenPath!

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 […]

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Tips to Avoid Identity Theft and Protect Your Financial Information

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 […]


What’s the difference in a Credit Union and a Bank?

What is the difference between a Credit Union and a Bank? Great question! Credit unions are not-for-profit, member owned financial cooperatives that promote savings to improve member’s lives. Members at a Credit Union have a voice in the direction of the Credit Union.  Most credit unions membership consists of people from various employers, schools or counties. Banks are for-profit financial corporations who are focused […]

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Want to Trade?

If you are interested in trading in your vehicle, our VP of Lending has some advice for you. Before trading in your vehicle, determine the value of your car or truck. That way, any equity you may have earned will not be lost. To gain a better understanding of the worth of your car or […]