Gateway Metro Federal Credit Union believes in education. Check this page periodically for useful information, news stories and links we have gathered for our members.
Equifax Breach Content from GMFCU
College Bound, Career Ready Content from Credit Union Magazine, Article by Lora Bray
Should you Add an Authorized user to your Credit Content from Balance, a GMFCU financial services partner
Credit Cards and Teens: No Minor Issue Content from Balance, a GMFCU financial services partner
Four Reasons Millennials Should Open an Account With a Credit Union Content from bankrate.com
Downsizing Your Debt Content from BALANCE, a GMFCU financial services partner
Are You Ready For Retirement? Content from Doug Simms at Strategic Wealth Advisors, a GMFCU financial services partner
Your Credit Score: Everything you Need to Know Content from Balance, a GMFCU financial services partner
Home & Mortgages
Why Rent When You Can Own? Content from GMFCU
Common Fraud Schemes Content from the Federal Bureau of Investigations
Register for the National Do Not Call List Content from the Federal Trade Commission
Scam Alert: Official-sounding calls about an email hack Content from the Federal Trade Commission
Tips For Safe Mobile Banking Content from GMFCU
Pointing Out Cyber Crimes Beginning with the Peace Sign Content from CO-OP Financial Services, a GMFCU partner
What Exactly is a Chip Card and Why Should You Care Content from CO-OP Financial Services, a GMFCU partner
Frauds and Scams Content from mycreditunion.gov
JUDITH A. LOWE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Gateway Metro Federal Credit Union has awarded the Judith A. Lowe Memorial Scholarship(s) to graduating high school seniors since 2007.
The deadline to apply for a scholarship is March 21st, 2020. Applicants will be notified by mid-March if they have been selected as a recipient. Scholarships will be awarded to the recipients in April. Please download and read the Scholarship Q&A and Scholarship Application below before applying.
Ms. Lowe served as president at GMFCU, formally known as Gateway Telco, from the late ‘80s to early ’90s. She was not only a leader in her professional life, but a pioneer for growth of the credit union and dedicated to her community. The scholarship, named in the late president’s honor, was created to help cultivate future leaders from the St. Louis area.
If you have any questions about the Judith A. Lowe Memorial Scholarship, please contact our Marketing Scholarship Coordinator at Marketing@gmcu.org. Thank you!