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BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR SCAMS


Please be diligent in protecting your accounts from scammers.  There is an increase of scammers posing as investigators of financial institution fraud.  They explain you should withdraw cash or wire money to a ‘safe’ account outside of your financial institution.  In recent situations the scammer asks their victim to deposit cash into a crypto-currency machine.


CTCU is a secure and sound financial institution.  Government agencies will never contact a member to participate in any investigation of fraud.  Please contact the credit union yourself at 847-662-2050 and ask for a Branch Manager if you have questions or concerns. 



Making a Difference in Our Community

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We proudly presented the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center Breast and Cervical Cancer Program a check for $1,135.00. CTCU donated money on behalf of each staff member that wore pink each Friday and Saturday during the month of October to help raise awareness and help the fight against Breast Cancer.



2022 Maxie Award Winners

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Congrats to our Maxie Award recipients. Maxie Award winners were nominated by their co-workers. These awards went to staff members that displayed great work ethic, positive attitude, and exceptional service. Recipients were: Donna, Cody & Ken, Martha, Michele and Kat. Very well deserved!



CTCU Celebrates 2022 Milestone Anniversaries!

2022 Anniversaries

Congratulations to our 2022 Milestone Anniversary recipients. We are so thankful for your loyalty and dedication to CTCU and our members.



CTCU Donates to Avon Cares Food Pantry for CU Kind Day.



CTCU joined in on the CU Kind Day fun by committing to spread kindness and credit union awareness by giving back to the communities we serve. CTCU proudly donated $250 to the Avon Cares Food Pantry that helps so many in need in our community.



CTCU Announces 2022 Scholarship Winners



Congratulations to our two scholarship winners, Addison (top), graduating from Mundelein High School and Kyle (bottom), graduating from Grant Community High School. Both will be starting their college journeys this fall. Addison will be attending Iowa State University with an anticipated major of Vocal Music Education. Kyle will be attending the University of Nebraska with an anticipated major of Atmospheric Science and Climatology. We wish you both the best of luck!


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