Notices & Disclosures
Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union strives to always keep you informed. Please review each document below to learn more about our credit union, remain updated on our disclosures and discover consumer tips to protect your finances.
The following forms are available for BVSCU members only. For security purposes, we ask that you do not email forms for submission. Completed forms should be mailed, faxed or dropped off at one of our locations. For the contact information of your nearest location, Contact Us. Please click on a form below to download and complete.
If you would like a hard copy of any document, you may download it and print as outlined above, or call any office for a copy. For the contact information of your nearest location, Contact Us
Credit Union Notices & Disclosures
- Auditor Notice – this notice was included with the December, 2016 statement.
- Annual Meeting Report 2014
- Annual Meeting Report 2015 Annual Meeting Report 2016
- Annual Meeting Report 2017
- Complaint Notice
- Credit Union Statement of Commitment to Members
- Cross Member Transfer Form
- Discretionary Overdraft Privilege Policy
- EFT Fund Transfers Agreement and Disclosure
- Equal Housing Opportunity
- Fee Schedule
- Funds Availabilty
- Home Mortgage Disclosure
- MasterCard Credit Card Agreement
- MasterCard Application and Solicititation Disclosure
- Member Access to Credit Union Documents
- Membership and Account Agreement
- ODP Opt In Form
- Privacy Notice
- Remote Deposit Instructions and Tips
- Remote Deposit Terms and Conditions
- Social Security Direct Deposit Form
- Stop Payment Request
- Truth In Savings and Rates and Fees Schedule
- U.S. Patriot Act
- Wire Form – Domestic
- Wire Form – International
- Wiring Instructions to BVSCU
- Consumer’s Guide to Credit Cards
- Fighting Back Against Identity Theft
- Free Credit Report
- Internet Crime Complaint Center
- Security Breach Emails
- NCUA Share Insurance
Fraud and Identity Theft
In our increasingly digital world, fraud continues to grow. To learn more about the various forms of fraud, you can access the National Credit Union Administration website. There is a wealth of information available concerning:
- Fraud and Scams: learn about the newest and most common types of fraud or scams, what to do if you become a victim of fraud, and how to report a scam.
- Telephone Scams: learn about the different types of scams that are targeting you over the telephone.
- Identity Theft: discover what steps you can take to prevent and report identity theft.
- Fraud Alerts: stay a step ahead with the latest information and practical tips about recent fraud and scams.
- Fraud Resources: visit other NCUA partners for additional fraud prevention resources.