With COVID-19 cases on the rise again, we are encouraging members to use the Drive Thru and our remote access services when possible. For your safety, as well as that of our employees, we ask that you wear a mask and practice social distancing when you need to come into a branch. For your convenience, we now offer online membership and account opening! Click here to get started!

The health and safety of our members is of utmost importance to us. As the spread of coronavirus, known as COVID-19, continues to be a growing concern across the country, we're taking extra precautions to protect you, our employees, and the communities we serve. Our Board of Directors and management team is monitoring the situation and the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control to ensure we're acting on the latest guidance and information. We hope the following information and resources will be helpful as you navigate the COVID-19 pandemic:

UPDATE: August 11, 2020

All branch lobbies are open and employees are following CDC and SC DHEC recommendations regarding social distancing and sanitizing and wearing masks in face-to-face situations.

Members are encouraged to use electronic/remote services when possible. Please view list of remote service options below under WHAT YOU CAN DO & HOW TO STAY CONNECTED.


During challenging times such as these, making healthy financial decisions is of the utmost importance, so Enrich Financial Wellness is providing a free COVID-19 Financial Wellness website. The site features a guide for staying financially well during COVID-19, along with access to a number of financial education tools such as courses, a financial wellness assessment, calculators, and much more!

Featured Resources Include:
  • Financial Planning For An Uncertain Future
  • How the COVID-19 Pandemic May Impact Your Retirement Savings
  • How Homeowners Can Get Mortgage Relief During the Pandemic
  • How to Create a Payment Triage Strategy That's Mindful of Your Credit
  • How to Reduce Student Loan Payments In Times of Crisis
You can access the website at https://covid19.enrich.org.


Cybercriminals are hard at work exploiting our natural anxiety about the evolving coronavirus situation. Look out for suspicious email and text messages that may impersonate a company, charity, or government agency. The intent is to convince you to share sensitive information. Remember, we will never reach out to you, via phone or email, and ask for confidential information such as your name, password, personal identification number (PIN) or other account information.

Visit the FTC website to stay on top of current Coronavirus scams.

UPDATE: April 21, 2020 - SCAM ALERT!

Coronavirus Opens Doors to Scams
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been a windfall for fraudsters as they exploit the global thirst for knowledge on the virus. Fraudsters have launched Coronavirus-themed phishing attacks to deliver malware – typically credential-stealing banking Trojans. The phishing emails purport to be from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Fraudsters have also created fake websites to exploit Johns Hopkins University’s interactive Coronavirus dashboard to spread malware.

Fraudsters are exploiting the global thirst for knowledge about the virus by launching Coronavirus-themed phishing attacks to spread credential stealing malware. The emails, which contain an infected attachment or a link to a malicious website, are made to appear like they come from the CDC or the WHO. The WHO posted an article on its website warning users of this scam.

Fraudsters have also exploited Johns Hopkins University's interactive Coronavirus dashboard containing an interactive map that tracks Coronavirus statistics by region. Cybersecurity firms have identified several fake Coronavirus interactive maps that infect user devices with credential-stealing malware. Fraudsters are circulating links to these malicious websites containing Coronavirus maps through social media and phishing emails.

Security blogger Brian Krebs reported several Russian cybercrime forums started selling infection kits that exploits John Hopkins University’s interactive Coronavirus dashboard as part of a Java-based malware deployment scheme.

There have also been reports of other Coronavirus-themed phishing campaigns aiming to spread malware, including:

  • Coronavirus advice-themed phishing emails purporting to provide advice on how to protect against the virus. The emails might claim to be from medical experts near Wuhan, China where the Coronavirus started.
  • Workplace policy-themed phishing emails about Coronavirus targeting an organization’s employees. For example, the emails may purport to come from the organization’s HR department alerting employees of a new pandemic policy. 


To keep you safe and healthy, we have taken the following precautions:

  • Increased the frequency and thoroughness of our cleaning schedule and are disinfecting high-touch areas.
  • Asked employees to take added measures in prevention by keeping their hands and workstations clean.
  • Encouraged our employees to practice social distancing.
  • We are holding virtual meetings, when possible.
  • Cancelled event participation until further notice.
  • Eliminated nonessential business travel for our employees.
  • Employees who are not feeling well are required to stay home.

You too can help stop the spread of germs by following CDC guidelines.


In an increased effort to help keep you safe, we strongly encourage you to take advantage of the many electronic service options we provide and avoid coming to a branch whenever possible. Our goal is to provide you with exceptional, uninterrupted service.

  • Home Banking: A free and easy-to-use alternative to the branch. You can check balances, transfer funds, make loan payments and more - 24/7 from wherever you are. Not currently enrolled? Just click on the Enroll link in the Member Login box for Home Banking on the home page of our website and follow the step-by-step instructions for enrolling.
  • GHFCU 2 Go!: Our Mobile App has all the features of online banking, in a mobile friendly environment. Plus, we now offer Mobile Remote Deposit Capture! Available for download from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

  • Debit Card: If you have a checking account, but do not already have a debit card, you can request one by calling 864.467.4160.

  • ATMs: Available at our Main, Simpsonville, and SCTAC branches. We are also a part of the CO-OP ATM Network which gives you access to almost 30,000 ATMs that allow you to make surcharge-free withdrawals. Requesting cash back at a Point of Sale Terminal is another convenient way to have cash on hand.

  • Night Deposit: Available at our Main, Simpsonville, and SCTAC branches. You can make a deposit or a loan payment after hours using our Night Deposit drop boxes. Envelopes are provided. All envelopes are opened under dual control and a receipt confirmation of the transaction will be mailed to you upon request.

  • 24-Hour Instant Teller: Access your accounts via our automated telephone system by dialing 1.800.399.4797. You can check account balances; transfer funds between accounts; request stop payments, tax and IRA information; and pay on a GHFCU loan.

  • Loans by Phone Hotline:  Take advantage of our Loans by Phone Hotline. Just dial 864.370.5670 during normal business hours to speak to a loan officer. The entire loan process can be handled via phone, email and/or fax. After hours, you can apply for a loan using our simple, secure online loan application and a loan officer will follow up with you the next business day.   https://www.greenvilleheritage.com/apply-now.php


We understand that times like these can be challenging. We want you to know, we are here to help. Whether you need assistance with access to our eServices or finding the best loan options for you, you can count on us.

If you have been affected by the virus and need additional financial assistance, please let us know. You may contact us by phone at 864.467.4160 or send us a secure message through online banking.


Greenville Heritage FCU is NCUA insured, which means your deposits are safe, secure and 100% insured up to $250,000 regardless of what is going on in the market. Learn more about NCUA Insurance by visiting www.ncua.gov


We are committed to keeping you informed through this rapidly changing situation. Our website is the best place to find the most current information related to any potential service interruptions you may experience due to the coronavirus.

We will continue to closely monitor the situation and evaluate additional measures to support our members and communities as needs arise, all the while keeping safety in mind.

Please do not hesitate to call us at 864.467.4160 during normal business hours if we can be of assistance with any of your banking needs.

For the latest information about COVID-19, please visit the CDC Website at www.cdc.gov or the SCDHEC Website at www.scdhec.gov

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