Privacy Policy

General Statement

Greater Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union recognizes the importance of the confidential nature of the information it must maintain for its membership. The management and Board of Directors have developed a procedure that ensures the credit union’s compliance with this Policy. This is designed to protect your information, and guard our membership from harm or inconvenience.

Types of Information Collected

The credit union does collect nonpublic personal information from a variety of sources. From the member, we collect data on membership, loan and account applications. We also collect information as a result of transactions between the member and another party. These transactions include, but are not limited to over-the-counter transactions, share drafts, ATM or debit cards, credit cards, and electronic transactions such as direct deposits.

Types of Information Disclosed

The Greater Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union may disclose nonpublic, personal information about our members. This would include identification information such as name, address, and telephone number. When necessary for billing purposes, the member’s account number and types of accounts held at the credit union may also be disclosed. At no time will we disclose your Social Security Number, or any applicable PINs or passwords

Third Parties to Whom we Disclose Information

Examples of organizations Greater Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union are affiliated with and may disclose information are as follows: TruStage (our insurance company) and Harland Clarke Check Printers (for check orders). All third parties that we do business with also must enter into a written agreement to abide by our Privacy Policy. Under no circumstances will we give out information to unaffiliated, independent third parties.

Safeguarding Member Information

We restrict access to nonpublic personal information about the member to those employees and committee members who need to know that information to provide services to you. We maintain electronic, physical, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations. All employees and directors have read and understand these policies, and are aware that disciplinary action will be taken for any violation.


The credit union may share personal information about members. These include, but are not limited to companies that perform transaction processing initiated by the member or by the credit union on the member’s behalf. Credit reporting agencies, the credit union attorneys, accountants and auditors, and any level of government agency to comply with legal requirements. We may disclose all of the information we collect, as described above, as permitted by law.