Week 8: Quick Cash Schemes

Quick cash schemes happen when a victim pays money in anticipation of receiving something in return—typically a loan, gift or investment—and once they've paid up, they receive little or nothing in return. While it can be tempting to take the bait when in a bind, you shouldn’t ignore warning signs that could end up costing you far more in the long run. Here are a few warning signs to look out for :

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Unmyth'd: Shattering the Stigma

We’re  on a mission to shatter the stigmas surrounding credit unions because we know, like everything else, financial institutions are NOT one size fits all. And why should they be?! Florida Credit Union is here to serve all of your banking needs, no magic lamp required.

Does my mortgage need a rate lock?

If you’re on the market for a house now, you’ve probably encountered the phrase “lock in a rate.” A rate lock is an agreement by a lender to ensure a rate on a loan for a set period of time. This...

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