The correct date for our Memorial Day Closing will be Monday May 27, 2019.
We are looking for two full time tellers at our Columbus Office! We are looking for individuals with excellent math and communication skills. Must be able to work well with others and multitask. Prior cash handling experience and a flexible schedule are ideal.
Please send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to/drop off at:
Business and Industrial FCU
740 North Marr Road
Columbus IN 47201
We are very excited to announce our brand new Credit Card micro-site is now up and running! Our old site will still be up and running until May 8th. After that all users will need to transition to the new micro-site. You will need to re-register your credit card to have access to the new site.
The link to the new micro-site – https://apstp.pscu.com/AP/APCardholder/pages/dsologin?clientId=774&siteFlag=true
We have officially increased our daily ATM withdrawal limit from $200.00 to $500.00! Effective 01/12/2018
Both offices will be closed on Saturday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day. Both offices will reopen on Monday, November 13th for normal business hours. We would like to thank all Veterans, past and present for their service!
If the first page displayed when accessing Perfect Teller is your email information, then please either verify the email address currently on file or update your email address. This will send a validation email to you. You must follow the instructions on the email to ensure that we have your correct email address. Failure to maintain a validated email address may result in a paper account statement mailed to your home address rather than an electronic account statement.
If this page is not displayed and you need to update your email address with the credit union, please click the pg4 tab on Perfect Teller for this option.
Thank you for your cooperation and continued support!
Fraudulent Cashiers Checks: Sometimes, a cashier’s check is not genuine, and, if you unknowingly accept a fraudulent cashier’s check in exchange for goods or services, you will likely be the one who suffers the financial loss.
Common Scams – Each scam involving a fraudulent cashier’s check may be different, but some of the more common scenarios are:
- Selling goods – You sell goods in the marketplace – for example, over the Internet. A buyer sends you a cashier’s check for the price that you have agreed on, and you ship the goods to the buyer.
- Excess of purchase price – This scenario is similar to the one described above. However, the buyer sends you a cashier’s check for more than the purchase price and asks you to wire some or all of the excess to a third party, often in a foreign country. The buyer may explain that this procedure allows the buyer to satisfy its obligations to you and the third party with a single check. The cashier’s check turns out to be fraudulent.
- Unexpected windfall – You receive a letter informing you that you have the right to receive a substantial sum of money. For example, the letter may state that you have won a foreign lottery or are the beneficiary of someone’s estate. The letter will state that you have to pay a processing/transfer tax or fee before you receive the money, but a cashier’s check will be enclosed to cover that fee. The letter will ask you to deposit the cashier’s check into your account and wire the fee to a third party, often in a foreign country. The cashier’s check turns out to be fraudulent.
- Mystery shopping – You receive a letter informing you that you have been chosen to act as a mystery shopper. The letter includes a cashier’s check, and you are told to deposit the check into your account. You are told to use a portion of the funds to purchase merchandise at designated stores, transfer a portion of the funds to a third party using a designated wire service company, and keep the remainder. The cashier’s check turns out to be fraudulent.
Scams also may involve other types of checks. For example, the fraudulent check may appear to be written on the account of a real person or company or be written on an account that contains insufficient funds to cover the check. Other scams involve fraudulent postal service money orders or fraudulent money orders that appear to have been issued by a bank.
The result of these scams is that the fraudulent check will be returned unpaid. The bank will then deduct the amount of the check from your account or otherwise seek repayment from you, and you will lose either the goods that you sold, the money that you sent to the third party, or both.
Please make sure that the credit union has your current email address so we can email you an alert when you have a new statement available. Email addresses may be changed either in person or in writing.
Both offices will be closed on Friday, November 11th in observance of Veteran’s Day. We would like to say thank you to all the men and women that have served or are currently serving our country! Both offices will reopen on Saturday, November 12th.
Both offices will also be closed on Thursday, November 24th in observance of Thanksgiving Day. Both Offices will reopen on Friday, November 25th. Happy Thanksgiving!! We are thankful for all our great members!