What's New

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  • Remote Deposit Exclusion

    Service changes may require an Exclusion for some members.

  • Tips for Everyday Living - What to consider in an evacuation

    The local officials have come to your door and have advised you that you have 5 minutes to pack what you can, and get out of your house due to an imminent threat. Now you find yourself standing in your living room paralyzed with indecision. What should I take...what’s important...where is it?

  • Tips for Everyday Living - Buying your first home

    There’s no denying the excitement and anticipation of searching for a home you can call your own. But your financial readiness will go a long way toward determining your home-buying experience.

  • Tips for Everyday Living - Don't be a victim of cheque fraud

    Cheque fraud is among the oldest and most common forms of financial crime. Even with the advent of electronic payment products, cheques still account for billions of payments each year, making them a prime target for criminals. There are three main types of cheque fraud: Counterfeit - cheques not written or authorized by legitimate account holder Forged - stolen cheque not signed by account holder Altered - an item that has been properly issued by the account holder but has been intercepted and the payee and/or the amount of the item have been altered

  • Tips for Everyday Living - 5 Tips to Stay Safe Online

    At Nelson & District Credit Union we look forward to serving you in one of our branches, but we know that it’s not always convenient for you to visit us during regular business hours. That’s why we’re happy to offer you online banking, so that you can connect with your money and access a full variety of member services anytime, from anywhere. We are dedicated to keeping you safe as you bank online. And you play an important part in achieving online safety by following these 5 tips.