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After her husband passed away, Sherrill Glanzer turned to PVFCU for assistance in determining what to do with the retirement/investment funds she was the beneficiary of.
"From the beginning, I felt like they cared about the concerns and fears I expressed and they asked questions and listened intently to my responses," she stated in a recent interview.
"Jim and I trusted PVFCU with our checking account and mortgage for many years and I've always been pleased with the service received, so I decided to trust them with my retirement and investment accounts too."
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If an email like that makes it into your inbox, do not click on anything, and definitely do not enter your email address and password. Remember, Think Before You Click!