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Credit Union Myth Debunked: Not Enough Branches

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September 3rd 2015 by
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Many credit unions, Aspire Federal Credit Union included, are part of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network. This network gives participating credit union members access to over 5,300 branches and 1,800 self-serve kiosks across all 50 states. And that makes it the third largest branch network among all financial institutions. Room to Grow, Too Currently, about 1,800 credit unions participate in the CO-OP Shared Branch Network. If all credit unions join, that would create a network of about 21,000 branches. As you can see from the chart above, that would by far surpass the top two financial institutions. Banks will never…

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Do You Know About These Benefits?

August 6th 2015 by
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You may not be taking advantage of some great benefits we have for our members… All Members: Love My Credit Union Rewards Program Everyone is looking for ways to save money, and that’s just what Love My Credit Union Rewards is all about. We’re excited to offer you exclusive discounts and benefits on products and services you use every day. Credit union members have already saved over $1 billion with Love My Credit Union Rewards discounts. So along with lower loan rates and fewer fees, here’s another way you can save even more. Receive exclusive pricing on most new Chevrolet,…

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Top Banking Myths Debunked

April 23rd 2015 by
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You have plenty of options when it comes to managing your money, but it can be difficult figuring out what’s the best option. Bank or credit union? Are big brands important? Is digital banking easier? With so many myths floating around, it can make your decision-making process even more difficult. Our goal today is to help you make informed decisions by debunking these myths. Myth #1: Money is only safe if it’s in a big bank Financial institutions, no matter the size, are regulated under the same government bodies. While banks are under the FDIC, credit unions fall under the National…

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Scam Alert: Look Out for Emails from the “National Credit Union”

March 18th 2015 by
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The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has been receiving reports on a phishing scam that’s trying to appear as coming from the NCUA. Emails are being sent to consumers from the “National Credit Union,” and the website uses a similar look and logo as the NCUA website. The fraudulent National Credit Union appears to originate in Australia. The email offers financial services and asks for a Social Security number, account number, login information, or sometimes a money transfer. Please note the NCUA does not conduct business or transactions in this manner. Do not submit your personal information to a website…

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72% of Credit Unions Still Offer Free Checking

March 10th 2015 by

With credit union growth on the rise, big banks are scrambling to win back their customers. But Americans are finding they like being members, not customers. It’s no wonder why: big banks continue to fail in providing high-quality service at low cost. A recent Bankrate report paints the full picture. Findings From Bankrate Here are some key stats from the report: 72% of credit unions offer free checking programs, while only 38% of big banks do. Five years ago, those numbers were 78% vs. 65%, indicating a rapid decline in free checking at banks. 62% of credit unions require no…

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