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LLFCU Introducing EMV starting January 2019
Introducing EMV EMV, also known as "smart card" or "chip card," is a new payment technology. It ensures more secure purchases than traditional magnetic strips. Have questions? Call us at 909-796-0206 or learn more on our website at www.llfcu.org.

LLFCU is adding more security for you with CardNav by CO-OP
CardNav - Leading The Charge In Card Control Fraudsters have been making a lot of headlines lately. But now there’s some good news for La Loma Federal Credit Union cardholders. Our members now have access to an app called CardNavSM by CO-OP. It’s the key to taking unprecedented, real-time control over your cards through your smartphone.

Be A Santa To A Senior
Be A Santa To A Senior
La Loma Federal Credit Union and Home Instead Senior Care are teaming up this year in a joint campaign to bring holiday cheer to our community seniors.

How to Set Attainable Goals for the New Year
Setting goals that you can achieve in 2019

Making resolutions is a tradition for many people who want to start the New Year off fresh and focused. Whether you’re determined to revamp your eating habits, get in shape, start a new business or pursue a new passion, the best way to achieve your resolutions is to break each one down into small steps.

Need Fast Cash? Get an Auto Title Loan with La Loma FCU today!
Auto Title Loan
Skip the overnight payday lenders and come to your credit union. We can help you get the cash you need at a low interest rate because we want to help. Your credit union offers a flexible term and payment to suit your needs. Minimum loan amount starts at $5,000.00 and goes up to $20,000.00 based on the value of your car.

What to do if your credit union loan is delinquent?

Sometimes life happens and unexpected emergencies come up. Whether it be a family emergency, car repairs, illness, loss of job or a reduction in hours; chances are it could affect your finances. Events like this whether temporary or long term can cause us to fall behind with our creditors. What do you do?

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