The Allegheny Kiski Postal FCU will hold the annual meeting on Saturday, March 25th, 2023. It will be held at the New Kensington Eagles . The event will start at 6:00 pm. Please R.S.V.P. to the Credit Union as the seating will be limited this year. The cost will be $15 per person. No R.SV.P. will be accepted after Friday, March 17, 2023. If anyone is interested in a seat on the Board of Directors, please submit a letter of intent to: Liz Ellwood, CEO, 501 11th St Room 206, New Kensington, PA 15068 or email to: lellwood@akpostalfcu.org. Letters must be received no later than March 10, 2023.


Cash apps have become a popular way to move money from one account to another.  But just like any other online financial transaction, there are scammers and fraudsters working to take your money.  In order to protect our members and the Credit Union from fraudulent activity, when using a cash app, the funds may not be immediately available to you.  The day of the deposit, $200 will be made available to you, however, the remaining funds may not be available for 1-3 business days.  This availability is the same for ATM deposits.


In August, the Credit Union issued new debit cards to replace existing cards.  There are a few differences with the new cards.  Daily limits are $500 for cash withdrawals and $1500 for Point of Sale transactions.  There is also a limit of 10 transactions per day with your card.  We put these limits in place to protect our members and the credit union against fraud.

If you need to change your pin #, please call 1-866-985-2273 from the primary phone # listed on your account.  If you suspect fraud activity,  please call 1-888-918-7313.  If PSCU fraud dept. suspects fraud activity on your card, they may put a temporary block on the card until they can verify transactions with you.

As always, please keep your account updated with your current address and phone # so that we can contact you if need be and any card reissues will go to your correct address.

Remember to contact us if you will be traveling or spending out of your normal spending habits so we can put a memo on the account to avoid declines.