Inclement Weather Resources
What We Are Doing
We want you to feel confident banking with Mobiloil Credit Union and we are working hard to minimize disruptions in services. Here are important updates regarding our operations:
- Branch Operations: Some branch operations have temporaily changed. To view individual branch hours and operations, click here.
- MobiloilX: The same Mobiloil Credit Union branch experience you’ve come to know and trust, all at your fingertips! Now you can live video chat with a MOCU employee on your mobile phone to process loan requests, open new accounts, make changes to your account and more! Click here to download the mobile app today!
- Live Updates on Social Media: Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see real-time updates regarding branch operations, helpful resources, and more.
What You Can Do
We want to take the opportunity to remind you of alternative ways you can conduct your financial business and manage your accounts remotely in light of the current situation.
- Take advantage of drive-thru and digital options to the extent possible.
- If you have not already done so, enroll in online banking by visiting mobiloilcu.org or visit the app store to download the Mobiloil Credit Union app. Here you can check balances, transfer funds, deposit checks with SnapDeposit, pay bills and more from the comfort and safety of your home.
- Download the MobiloilX App to bank from the comfort of your home.
- Find an ATM near you for quick access to cash.
- Help us stay in touch with you by updating your contact information under Settings within online banking.
Common Scams After Winter Storms
ERCOT warned of a scam on social media asking customers to text their private account numbers. ERCOT warned not to response to these texts.
Disaster scams like the above are not unusual, especially after storms like this week's winter storm that hit Texas. According to the Federal Trade Commission, "scammers use phone, text, mail, email, and even go door to door to target residents of affected areas following hurricanes and damaging storms." If someone calls claiming to be a government official, hang up and call the number listed on that government agency's official website. Click here to view red flags to monitor and steps you can take to prevent scams.