Entries by Karen Houser

New Commercial – Sure Did!

Natco makes it easy to meet the financial needs of your entire family! Check out our new commercial to see how we helped this Natco family.  

Feeding Our Neighbors Campaign

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, when many lower-income workers lost their jobs, local food pantries have been inundated with more families seeking food. Feeding Our Neighbors Campaign Works to Support Local Food Pantries. To support local pantry efforts, United Way of Whitewater Valley is launching a focused fundraising campaign starting August 22 – […]

Online Chat is Now Available

We are excited to introduce our new chat feature and Nat! Ask Natco is a quick and easy alternative to calling or visiting a branch. Nat, our virtual assistant, is available 24/7 and can help you find answers about products, services, and our digital banking processes. Through Ask Natco, you are able to speak with […]

Don’t Fall Victim to Gift Card Payment Scams

We’ve seen an increase in scammers trying to take advantage of our members using gift card payment scam tactics. Our staff has been trained to recognize possible scams. We might ask questions when making large cash withdrawals with the goal of protecting the member and their money. We recently saved a member from falling victim to […]

April is National Youth Month

April is National Youth Month and Natco is Celebrating our Youth! To kick off National Youth Month, we are having a coloring contest for Morey account-eligible children (0-12). Our youth savings account is called a Morey the Moose savings. Learn more about the benefits here. Stop by one of our offices beginning April 4th to pick […]

We’ve Eliminated Some Fees

As of March 1, 2022, we eliminated the $3 transfer fee! If you forgot you used your debit card for that coffee and you don’t have enough in checking to cover it, don’t sweat it! If you have an automatic withdrawal set to come out of checking or you write a check and your balance […]

Food Pantry Donations

Today, we presented the Sylvan Nook Food Pantry and the Crosspointe Biker Church with $1,000 each. We proudly made the donations in lieu of door prizes at our annual meeting. These donations were made in honor of our membership.