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DISCOUNTED AMUSEMENT PARK TICKETS

Your credit union offers discounted amusement park tickets to Cedar Point, Geauga Lake and Kings Island. See the price list to determine your savings.

 

All tickets, including the special Cedar Point 'Ride & Refresh' ticket not available for purchase at the gate may be purchased from the credit union.

 

Tickets are good for any day of regular admission for the 2013 season.

Call or come in to the CU to purchase tickets. Tickets may be expediated via mail for an additional fee.

IMPORTANT CONSUMER INFORMATION

The Ohio Attorney General website offers a variety of important information for Ohio consumers by logging on to www.ag.state.oh.us or, by calling 1-800-282-0515 (toll free)


ATTORNEY GENERAL's PASSPORT PROGRAM

Identity theft has become the top reported form of theft in the United States.

As part of the Ohio Attorney General's duty to assist victims of crime, Mike DeWine has brought together a coalition of agencies with the special mission of helping identity theft victims through a unique program called  The Identity Theft Verification Program.  

Under the PASSPORT program, victims reporting identity theft to local authorities will be given step-by-step information about how to alert creditors to fraudulent activity in their names, and simple, fill-in-the-blank affidavits to send to credit bureaus and creditors.

 

The cornerstone of PASSPORT, however, is that victims will be given a card they can show to creditors and law enforsement personnel establishing conclusive proof that they have been the victim of a crime.

 

For additional information about this program, visit Mike DeWine's website at www.ag.state.oh.us  or call them at 1-888-MY-ID-4-ME (1-888-694-3463).

 

THRIVE BY FIVE

Teaching Your Preschooler About Spending & Saving

 

Children learn about money from many sources. Long before they enter school, they observe adults using money and buying things. They watch television daily and see thousands of commercials each year. Like it or not, money is a part of your preschooler's life.

 

ACTIVITIES: How can I teach my prseschooler....to wait to spend money?....to not lose money?....to help with the shopping?....about earning money?....about using money to buy something?....that when money is spent, it is gone?....that having fun does not have to cost money?

 

"Thrive By Five" is a free publication from YOUR Credit Union to enhance your child's knowledge of this vital part of his/her life. Call the Credit Union during normal business hours for your copy.


     
 
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