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HomeFREE Checking is the best account on the Central Coast. Get everything you expect from free checking, like no minimum balance and no monthly fees, plus get more. It comes with services and programs worth hundreds of dollars per year at no additional cost.

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Top 10 Tips to #StaySafeOnline

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and SESLOC’s Chief Information Officer Ken Long is sharing his top 10 tips to help you protect your identity online: Use strong, complex passwords and change them often. Experts recommend passwords that are at least 8 characters long and include numbers, special characters, and a mix of upper and… Read more »

From Your CEO — Fall 2019

I’d like to start by saying thank you for your generous support throughout August to help raise funds for Jack’s Helping Hand, a local nonprofit that offers programs for special needs children and their families. Over the last five years, you’ve contributed over $35,000 to help build the Jack Ready Imagination Park, a universally accessible… Read more »

Fraud Advisory: Capital One Breach

This week, news broke regarding a massive data breach, possibly the largest ever, at Capital One Financial Corporation. At present time, they have identified over 100 million consumers who have been impacted, including current credit customers, and consumers and businesses who applied for Capital One credit products (more information can be found here). While cooperation… Read more »

From Your CEO — Spring 2019

As we head into the second quarter—putting the Central Coast’s much needed above-average rainfall behind us—we’re looking forward to the vigor and vitality of spring. You’ll enjoy new services that focus on convenience, ease-of-use and maximum access to your credit union. You may have already seen the self check-in kiosk in the branches or even… Read more »

From Your CEO — Winter 2019

This past December marked my seventh year as CEO with SESLOC, and I’m probably still seen as the “new CEO” in the eyes of some! When I arrived in late 2011, all banks and credit unions were recovering from the damage of the great recession. We were also responding to regulators , who reacted by… Read more »