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MIT FCU Supports Our Community

MIT Federal Credit Union is monitoring updates and guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in making decisions regarding hours, service and special programs/offers.

Limited Branch Access:

Tech Square Branch – Mon - Fri from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Branch & ATM).

  • We urge you to complete transactions online or via our VTM/ATM when possible.

Lincoln Lab Branch - Open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

  • We urge you to complete transactions online or via our VTM/ATM when possible.

Student Center Branch - Anticipated opening August 2021

Covid-19 Visitation Policies:

  • Fully Vaccinated: Guests/members/employees/visitors who are fully vaccinated* are no longer required to wear face masks in common areas.
  • Not Fully Vaccinated: employees, guests, agents, and visitors who are not fully vaccinated* are required to wear face masks in all indoor common areas, including the branch.
  • Please note: Anyone who enters (or is in) the building common areas without a face mask in place will be considered to have self-certified to us that they are fully vaccinated.

*According to the CDC, people are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving a single-dose vaccine (such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine) or the final dose of a two-dose vaccine (such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines).

 

Our Credit Union Employees are Helping to Keep You Safe:

  • Employees with signs of illness must stay home
  • Employees must keep their hands and workstations clean
  • We practice and require social distancing
  • Company-wide events are held virtually

We Are Here To Help

If you are impacted by pandemic-related financial hardship, please contact us at collections@mitfcu.mit.edu

COVID-19 Related Scams


Pandemic related scams are on the rise

  • Malware-laden emails
  • Requests for fake donations
  • Scammers taking advantage of stimulus checks
  • Misinformation spread through chat groups
  • Malicious trojan coronavirus tracking apps
  • Phony government relief scam texts

Please do not include member, social security and loan numbers in any email.

Just remember, be cautious - Never click on links from texts or emails you weren’t expecting. Be wary of anything that triggers your emotions, good or bad. Avoid clicking on links in WhatsApp or other channels. Only trust reputable sources and if in doubt, verify.

Fraud and Scams

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