WCTFCU Standards are established by national credit union associations, the US government, and the WCTFCU. All are approved by the WCTFCU Board of Directors.
WCTFCU is committed to facilitating accessibility and usability of all its digital properties, including wctfcu.com. We have purposefully made efforts to implement the recommendations of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
(WCAG 2.0 ) as published by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). As a result, our website closely follows the WCAG guidelines. Furthermore, WCTFCU employs a third party that does automated testing throughout the year, to ensure we conform to the guidelines.
As content is frequently added to our website, our efforts are ongoing. If at any time you have specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of any web page owned by WCTFCU, please email us at email@example.com
"Attn. Marketing". In your email please specify the web page you are having difficulty with and your contact information. We will make all reasonable efforts to make that page accessible for you. We are also available during business hours at 800.992.2226 or stop by either of our branches for one-on-one assistance. We are committed to providing the information or item you seek through a communication method that is accessible to you.
WCTFCU is always making security enhancements to keep Members information safe and protected.
We encourage you to update your web browser and the internet operating system (ios) on your computer, tablet, smartphone, etc. to the latest version available. With these updates, your browser will be using the latest encryption protocol; this improves the security of your hardware technology for online banking and all activities. When you update your web browser, you are installing an optimized internet interface experience which enables improved internet & website experiences such as your visits to wctfcu.com.
Identity (ID) Theft
ID Theft occurs when someone acquires your personal information without your permission. ID thieves can utilize your information to penetrate anything from finances to personal reputation. From "shoulder surfing" to today's online "phishing" scams, you must take precaution to prevent yourself from falling victim to ID theft and other threats.
Changing your various online passwords frequently (ex. every 1-3 months) is a good way to protect yourself. WCTFCU offers resources to help you stay protected against ID theft. Visit our Financial Literacy page
to learn more about how to protect yourself from ID Theft.
from the FTC, about Identity Theft protection & how to recover.
For more information on managing your Security, visit our Financial Literacy Page