We were experiencing technical difficulties with our iPhone app; users may have to uninstall and reinstall their SELCCU app to resolve the issue. Please contact member service for any questions or concerns.

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Important Notifications


 

New Remote Deposit Capture

Deposit a check from your SELCCU mobile APP! Download the app today to start using this feature. Watch our video on YouTube for six easy steps in depositing a check remotely with your app. Remote Deposit Capture

 

SELCCU MOBILE BANKING MAIN FEATURES INCLUDE:

•    Log in to the app with the touch of a finger
•    View your balance prior to logging in
•    Transfer money between accounts and set up external accounts
•    Update your profile
•    Send money P2P (Peer-to-Peer)
•    Log in to Secure Checking
•    See up-to-date transaction history and holds
•    Find ATM's in our over 50,000 surcharge-free network

Click the links below to download your NEW SELCCU MOBILE APP

Apple Store Button   Google Play button

Online Banking Portal

School Employees Lorain County Credit Union has a fresh, new design to our online banking portal.  Please note you will have to enter new security questions when first logging in.
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to member services.


Vishing Scam Leads to PIN-Based Debit Fraud
Members are being targeted in a vishing (phone-based phishing) scam in which fraudsters spoof phone numbers making the calls appear to originate from the credit union. The members are duped into providing CVV2/CVC2 codes and expiration dates for their debit cards. The fraudsters, already possessing the
counterfeit magstripe debit cards, use the information to change the PINs through voice response units. Then, they use the counterfeit cards to make ATM withdrawals, as well as purchases at Wal-Mart in Florida and Georgia. 
Details
Fraudsters targeting members through a vishing scam (phone-based phishing) are spoofing credit union phone numbers and posing as an employee in the credit union’s fraud or security department. The fraudsters tell the members they are calling to verify suspicious debit card transactions and, to verify the member’s
identity, the members are asked to provide the CVV2/CVC2 code and the card’s expiration date.