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Link to the new, improved 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.)

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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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ScamBusters: Dreams Come True Scam


If someone approaches you by phone, email or via letter making you an offer that seems too good to be true--- it probably is!

Here are some examples of reported attempts at fraud:

  • Someone at the bank of China has $17.3 million that they want to share with you.
  • An attorney representing an estate of someone with your surname says you may be entitled to $3 million.
  • You’ve won the UK lottery. (Remember, you’ve got to play to win.)
  • Earn $500 a day just for answering the phone.

There are probably dozens more ways that fraudsters try to fool you. Use rational judgment when evaluating a scenario that is presented to you. Try not to get caught up in the attractive "dangling carrot."

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