Here at Parkview Community Federal Credit Union, it is our mission to provide you with you with the highest quality products and services delivered in a friendly, convenient and personalized atmosphere by people who care. It has certainly been challenging living up to our mission since the novel Coronavirus commenced. We have tried to do our best to continue to provide you with the banking experience you have come to expect from us over the years. And although it's a much different experience now, we hope that we've been able to meet your financial needs. We thank you for continuing to trust us and allow us to serve you through the best of times and now the worst of times. We will always be grateful for your loyalty and support.
We always want to keep you informed of what we're doing as we closely monitor the situation and as things continue to change. You may contact our office during regular business hours at 412-678-9564 and ask to speak to Compliance Specialist Lechelle Stringa or any member of the management team. You may also complete the contact form below with questions and/or concerns regarding this or any other matter concerning your PCFCU account(s). Thank you again for your patience, understanding and cooperation regarding this most difficult and unprecedented time.
In our effort to continue to minimize the spread of the virus in order to keep our members and staff safe, lobby entrance to both of our offices will NOT be permitted until further notice.
Banking can be done in the following manner:
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in helping us to avoid the spread the COVID-19!!!
We have been receiving a lot of information from our federal regulators and other government agencies alerting us to all of the different scams popping during this unprecedented time. Sadly, there are some people that choose to exploit others during difficult times. We want to remind you that we’ll never ask you for password, PIN, or other account information when reaching out to you. We suggest you review the Federal Trade Commission’s helpful tips on how you can avoid being a victim of scams & fraud.
Be sure to take a look at some of the tips below we want you be aware of immediately:
You can also avoid being a victim by doing the following:
Criminals will likely continue to use new methods to exploit COVID-19 worldwide that could include payment relief, job opportunities, and payday loans to name a few. Also, the federal government will never ask for personal information such as a bank account or social security number.
If you think you are a victim of a scam or attempted fraud involving COVID-19, you can report it in a variety of ways:
If you are experiencing a financial hardship due to COVID-19, we may be able to assist you. Please call 412-678-9564 and press 5 to speak with a loan representative.