Welcome HCFCU!

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Welcome Huntington County FCU members! 

As of February 1st, 2023, Huntington County FCU is now a part of Public Service Credit Union. We are excited for the chance to serve you and welcome you to our Credit Union family!  This page contains FAQs and Shared Documents for HCFCU members. Please feel free to explore our website for more information about PSCU.

Download the PSCU mobile app:  It’sME247 mobile banking is a secure, convenient way to access your Public Service Credit Union accounts anytime, anywhere.  Click the links to the Google Play and Apple App Store to download!


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Login to Online Banking: If you’d rather use a computer It’sME247 is our secure online banking program that you can access 24/7 from your desktop, tablet or mobile phone. You can make loan payments, transfer money between accounts, view recent transactions, and much more. Login to It’sME247 and take control of your finances anytime, anywhere.



Activate your PSCU Debit Card: Call the number on the card to activate it and set up your PIN.  Please call from the number on file with the credit union and use the ssn of the person whose name is on the card.  If you have any issues, contact us at 260-432-3433 or after hours at 888-241-2510.

Watch your mailbox for your PSCU Credit Card:  You can activate and begin using your PSCU credit card as soon as it arrives in February, then destroy your old HCFCU card. If you have any issues, contact us at 260-432-3433 or after hours at 888-241-2510.

A merger checklist was mailed with your December Statement with items of importance for the merger. Please review the checklist and if you have questions or concerns, please call Carolyn Mikesell or Kristie Snyder at 260-356-6400 or email info@hcfcuonline.org or hcfcumerger@mypscu.com


Shared Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why did the HCFCU Board of Directors approve a merge with Public Service Credit Union?

A: The Board determined that financial and economic trends were negatively affecting the long-term survivability of the Credit Union.  In order to provide members with new technology and additional products and services, they needed to choose another credit union to partner with.

Q: Why Public Service Credit Union?

A: PSCU is a financially sound financial institution that’s been proudly serving its members successfully since 1932.  As you’ll see in the financials that were sent to you, their net income and caplital exceed regulator standards. They are focused on planning for the future and set goals to ensure continued success for another 90+ years.

Q: What does Public Service CU offer that Huntington County FCU does not?

A: PSCU offers additional loan products such as mortgages, HELOCs, credit builder loans, and higher lending limits.  Additional account products include an interest-bearing checking account, youth accounts, several specialty accounts focused on saving money, plus higher dividend rates on your funds. PSCU has certified financial counselors on staff, financial education tools, and offers free credit scores in online and mobile banking. They also offer more technology including early payroll deposits, account alerts via email or text, mobile options including mobile check deposit, electronic loan closings and account openings. 

Q: Will the HCFCU branch in Huntington remain open?

A: Yes! The HCFCU office at 1885 Old US 24 E will remain open AND you’ll get access Public Service Credit Union’s two locations in Fort Wayne:

  • 4025 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46804
  • 7017 Old Trail Rd. Fort Wayne, IN 46809

You’ll also be able to access your account using the CO-OP Shared Branch & ATM network with over 5600+ credit union locations and 30,000+ surcharge free ATMs nationwide.  Find a CO-OP Shared Branch/ATM

Plus PSCU also belongs to the Alliance One ATM network giving you access to 5 surcharge free ATMs in Huntington and 4900+ across the country. Find an Alliance One ATM

Q: Will we still see our favorite HCFCU staff?

A: Yes, the employees of Huntington County FCU will become employees of Public Service CU.

Q: What is the merger timeline?

A: Both the NCUA and DFI have approved the merger. On October 31st, HCFCU members voted and approved the merger which will take place on January 31st, 2023. The HCFCU branch will close at noon on Tuesday January 31st and reopen on February 1st at 9:00am.



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