At Southwest 66 we want you to be informed when it comes to your finances, their value and how to keep them safe. We offer several resources to do just that.
Below you'll find a list of sites that can help you better understand more about your finances and protecting them.
Southwest 66 Credit Union's web site is connected to third-party web sites. The links are for informational purposes only and not an endorsement of those products or services. Third party web sites accessed by links are not part of the credit union or its web site. Be sure you know your privacy rights when offering information to those sites.
General Informational Sites
- The American Association of Retired Persons. Serving the needs and interests of those 50 and older through information and education, advocacy, and community services.
- Help prevent identity theft. The Federal Trade Commission provides information and education to help protect consumers against fraud and identity theft. Also, a valuable resource for victim assistance.
- To help you learn more about Direct Deposit and why you should use it, the Direct Deposit and Direct Payment Coalition sponsors this informational site.
- Contains consumer information about MasterCard credit and debit products and also has a link to an ATM Locator.
- Contains consumer information about Visa credit and debit products and also has a link to an ATM Locator.
- Get new and used vehicle prices. Find out the value of your own car.
- New and Used vehicle prices.
- A great resource for tax information which includes links to many helpful sites.
Fraud Help Resources - General ID Theft
- An extensive resource for identity theft provided by the Federal Trade Commission.
- A resource about surviving identity theft from a person with first hand experience.
- Toll free no cost assistance for identity theft resources.
- Information on protecting your privacy from data brokers.
- Provides information about social security benefits and rights. 800-772-1213
- APWG is the worldwide coalition unifying the global response to cybercrime across industry, government and law-enforcement sectors.
- If you believe you are a victim of check fraud or would like more information on how you can protect yourself visit this site. Or call 800-428-9623 or 800-328-5121.
As a member, we want you to be informed about your accounts and the credit union as a whole.