Amazon has recently changed their payment process which may allow a debit card payment to go through as a PIN-less debit transaction. Although the transaction will be processed like a PIN-debit transaction, the Personal Identification Number (PIN) won’t be required. FORUM members may be charged a fee for payments Amazon processes as a PIN-less debit transaction. In order to avoid this fee members must disable this PIN-less debit card function through their Amazon account.
On average, FORUM Credit Union performs 1.5 million card transactions for our members each month. This number, which includes ATM, debit, and credit card transactions, continues to increase. As this number climbs, we analyze these transactions in an effort to see how we can make using your FORUM card of choice as convenient as possible. We have many exciting card initiatives on the cusp of being released that we hope will improve the value you receive from your FORUM membership.
Several Indianapolis CO-OP Shared Branch Service Center locations will be closing soon:
There have been reports of a caller using local phone numbers to pose as a representative from FORUM. At FORUM, we take the security of our members very seriously. Your information has not been compromised. These calls did not originate from FORUM; please do not respond.
At FORUM Credit Union, we take the security of our members very seriously. After a detailed investigation, our research indicates that our systems are safe from the Heartbleed Bug.
Members have reported receiving text messages disguised as FORUM Credit Union. One of these texts says, "FCU Alert: Your Card is INACTIVE. Please call 317-559-4165." Below is a screenshot.
These texts did not originate from FORUM; please do not respond. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have experienced any fraud.
Doug True, CEO of FORUM Credit Union shares how the credit union embodies the words, "unite for good."
MADISON, Wis.—The Credit Union Executives Society and Michael Neill & Associates, Inc., Atlanta, congratulate Cheryl Wood, Assistant Manager, and Chris Ferguson, AVP/Retail Delivery, from FORUM Credit Union in Indianapolis, who won $1,000 in the “Catch ‘Em Doin’ it Right” contest.