Effective January 5, 2022:
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Identity thieves are posing as APGFCU to commit card fraud. They may call from a spoofed number and ask about possible fraudulent activity on your card.
If you receive such a call, DO NOT give out any personal information. Hang up and call us at our published number. Cick here for more information.
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (APG branch closes at 5 p.m.)Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (APG branch closed)
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At APGFCU®, our priority is U. As COVID-19 metrics increase, we remain dedicated to serving the financial needs of you, our members.
During this time, we encourage you to take advantage of our remote banking options to access and manage your accounts 24/7, skip the line, stay safe and boost convenience. Learn more about utilizing Online and Mobile Banking, e-Statements, Mobile Deposit* and all of our remote services.
*Message and data rates may apply. Contact your mobile carrier for details.
Appointments have specific guidelines outlined below. In case of inclement weather, we encourage you to review APGFCU website alerts for potential closures or delays that may impact your scheduled appointment or plans to visit a branch.
When you arrive for your appointment, please remember to:
As a reminder, there are many ways you can conduct transactions remotely without having to visit a branch at all. Please check out our list of 54 Ways to Transact without Visiting a Branch and our step-by-step guide for remote transaction instructions.
Since the pandemic began, APGFCU has worked to balance member needs with member and employee safety. We thank you for your patience and understanding while we scaled back operations in order to do so.
Please remember APGFCU will NEVER ask for your personal identification number (PIN). If you receive a call or text requesting personal information, hang up and call us directly at our published number.
New Scam Alert: Authorities warn taxpayers to be vigilant and on alert to this potential fraud.
Scammers may be targeting your second stimulus check. Exercise caution in handling any email with a COVID-19-related subject line, attachment, or hyperlink, and be wary of social media pleas, texts, or calls related to COVID-19. The Better Business Bureau has received reports of phone calls, text messages and emails from scammers impersonating IRS agents in an attempt to steal stimulus payments and personal information.
Click here for more information regarding this scam from the Federal Trade Commission. Here is what you need to know :
Please visit The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) website for more information.
For more information on protecting yourself from scams and identity theft, visit:
For the latest information about coronavirus, go to the CDC's resource center.
If you have questions about how we may be of help to your business during this challenging time please contact us at email@example.com and a Business Services Manager will reach out to discuss your specific needs.
New Scam Alert: Small businesses are targets for a new COVID scam.
A new phishing scam is targeting small businesses. It starts with an email that claims to come from the “Small Business Administration Office of Disaster Assistance” and claimes the business is eligible for a loan of up to $250,000 and asks for personal information.
Click here for more information regarding this scam from the Federal Trade Commission.