2317 Easton Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18017-5099

Phone 610-691-0041
Fax 610-691-8624
E-mail service@btcu.org

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Convenient Access:

Click here to do your BTFCU banking on the Internet. (Requires registration before using first time.)

Link to the BTFCU Electronic Bill Payment site. (Requires registration before using first time.)

The phone number for Audio Response (Bank-by-Phone) is 1-800-553-0857. Click here for audio response instructions.

Click here to do your VISA card banking on the Internet. (Requires registration before using first time.)

Click here to find ATMs that charge no fees to BTFCU members.

Click here for an online Mortgage Application.

Click here for an online Loan Application.

Click here to see BTFCU's Savings Accounts and Savings Rates. Click here to see BTFCU's Loans and Loan Rates.

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Wednesday, Friday:

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9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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ScamBusters: Fake Online Stores

Recently, in the state of Washington, thieves duplicated a website similar to that of a small electronics repair site. They used the correct mailing address and phone number of the real store on the fake site. The difference was in the site address. The real store had a web address ending in .net, the fake site ended in .com. The fake site told consumers that due to the high incidence of fraud, they weren’t accepting credit card payments. The site directed its customers to pay for their orders using Western Union and Money gram payments which are almost impossible to trace. Consumers paid using these methods, but received no goods.


  • Always use well trusted sites when shopping to avoid becoming a victim.
  • Always look for the padlock symbol in your web browser. If you click on that symbol, it will show you who bought the secure certificate. If the lock is missing (it's not an https: address, only http:) or if the organization who bought the certificate doesn't look right to you. DON'T purchase anything at the site!
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