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Q&A: What Do I Get Out of a Membership with Aspire?

Posted in Aspire FAQs
June 6th 2014 by

Need more reasons why you should switch to Aspire? You’ve come to the right place!

What are the benefits of being a member of Aspire?

A membership with Aspire affords you the opportunity to benefit from the great products and services we have to offer you, without having to worry about minimum balance fees often associated with some major bank products.

We provide great rates on our auto and personal loans, we offer vacation and holiday loans, student loans, home equity loans, mortgages, and a variety of other services you can take advantage of as a result of your membership.  We also offer you the opportunity to sit with one of our knowledgeable staff to review your credit report and provide you tips on how to improve that credit score.

Are there any fees associated with joining the credit union?

All we ask is for a $5 initial deposit which buys you a share within the credit union; this makes you one of our wonderful members. Our accounts are 100% free, without any maintenance fees or minimum balances to worry about.

Do I have to be a part of something to join the Credit Union?

You can join the credit union by a family member or employer referral.

Can my family members join Aspire?

Yes, family members may join because of their relationship with you.

Any family members may apply for membership right through our website.

What products and services do you offer other than loans?

Aspire Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution, and as such offers savings, checking, money market accounts, as well as certificates of deposits, holiday and vacation accounts and kids accounts! You may apply for membership right on our website.

Visit our FAQ page to learn more about our products, services and how we can help you!

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