We are keeping a close eye on the "Heartbleed" bug you may have heard about. The vendor we use for Online Banking has completed a preliminary assessment and has not discovered any vulnerability. We will be sure to keep you updated should anything to the contrary be discovered. Rest assured that we are doing everything we can to help ensure that your information is safe.

It is always a good practice to use unique passwords for all of the online services you access. If your GCF Online Banking password has also been used with a different service, we do recommend that you change your Online Banking password at this time.

If you currently utilize GCF’s online banking EXPRESS TRANSFER function to make your loan payments, this service will be temporarily unavailable from April 25, 2014 through June 9, 2014. As an alternative to this temporary inconvenience, you can do one of the following:

  • Contact 1-877-589-6600 ext. 320 or 368 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, to manually complete the transaction.
  • Mail a check to Investors Bank, 101 Wood Avenue South, Iselin, NJ 08830.
  • Sign up for GCF’s online bill payment system and set up a monthly payment to be sent to Investors Bank.

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Community Outreach

Investors Bank Helps Fund New Pitman K-9 Unit

Borough of Pitman Chief of Police Robert T. Zimmerman (second from left) accepts a $5,000 donation from Investors Bank to help fund a new K-9 unit for the department. Joining Zimmerman are, from left, Pitman Mayor Russell Johnson, Investors Senior Vice President Sharon Lingswiler and Vice President Carmine Pannullo, GCF Regional Branch Manager Karen Hickman, and E.J. Parker, who is training as a K-9 officer.

GCF Staff Dresses for Hope

In celebration of the 100th birthday of the American Cancer Society, the Mantua Relay for Life group sponsored one final post event fundraiser to help finish the fight against cancer. They asked participants to make a $5.00 donation and wear something purple, the color of hope, on Wednesday, July 24th to show support for the American Cancer Society and the fight against cancer.

GCF's Carrie Worthington's Relay for Life team has raised over $10,000 since 2010, $2,550 this year alone. She couldn't let this special opportunity to further aid the cause slip by.

As an added bonus, Lindsay Corbett donated a pair of tickets to a Phillies game to be raffled off to one lucky participant.

Purple-clad GCF staffers donated $410 to the American Cancer Society through this special event.

GCF Bank Participates in "GO RED"



GCF Bank was proud to be among the thousands of New Jersey Businesses making a life-saving fashion statement on Friday, February 1st, 2013 by participating in National Wear Red Day for Women. The event American Heart Association raises attention to the No. 1 killer of New Jersey and American females - heart disease.

Washington Township


Thank you for your generous support to the Mother's Cupboard Food Drive.

GCF served as a collection point for Operation Backpack, providing back-to-school supplies for community children in need. Donations were collected at all four branches.

Shown here with the donations is GCF employee Eric Sporer.

GCF Presents Identity Theft Seminar to Delsea Manor Residents

GCF Bank Assistant Compliance Officer Karen Borgesi presented an Identity Theft Workshop to residents at Delsea Manor in Glassboroon Wednesday, January 18th. Also representing GCF Bank were Regional Branch Managers, Karen Hickman & Jaclyn Bailey, as well as Glassboro Branch Servicing Manager, Tricia Call. The presentation began with a 10-minute discussion on Identity Theft, what it is and how it occurs. An Identity Theft video was presented followed by a brief recap of the video with Q&A. GCF also provided refreshments, giveaways, and various brochures on ID Theft, Online Banking Internet Safety, Fake Check Scams, Electronic Banking & Online Authentication, and FTC Facts for Consumers. Visit GCF's online Security Center for tips on protecting your identity, identity theft resources and other valuable information.

Pictured (left to right): Jaclyn Bailey, Karen Borgesi, Karen Hickman and Tricia Call.