Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. Therefore, when you apply for a loan, open a checking or savings account, etc., we will ask you to provide proof of important information such as your name, address, birth date, or any other details to help us identify you.
Proof of that information may require you to present your social security card, driver's license, a state ID card, birth certificate, or current passport. These are required steps we take in order to confirm the identity of our members.
Speaking of driver's licenses – in July of 2019, the state of Ohio gave us the option of obtaining a regular or Real ID-Compliant driver's license or ID card from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Beginning in October 2020, if you want to use your driver's license to access federal facilities or airport security, you will need the new compliant cards, which are valid for four years.
Do you know about our current Visa ScoreCard® Rewards Special? Use your VLFCU ScoreCard® Rewards Visa® and earn DOUBLE ScoreCard Rewards!
Now through December 31, you’ll earn two points for every $1 spent. If you're doing some post-holiday shopping, you can earn points for yourself that can be redeemed for:
Your children may not understand this yet, but money doesn't grow on trees.
Yet many parents – 72% – are a bit shy when it comes to discussing money with their kids. The reason? Most don’t want their kids to know their own financial situation or to worry about finances.