Stephanie Schwenn Sebring

Free Checking: A Key Reason To Join A CU

Overall, nearly 92 million U.S. consumers are member-owners of, and receive all or part of their financial services from the nation’s 7,535 credit unions. As not-for-profit financial cooperatives, credit unions generally offer more attractive savings and loan rates as well as generally lower fees. Surveys consistently rank credit unions first among financial institutions in consumer satisfaction. ~ Credit Union National Association

One reason consumers love credit unions is the ease and convenience of a free checking account. Nearly all of the credit unions I’ve been in contact with offer some type of free checking. It pays to shop around – but always look first to a credit union!

an article I prepared For an MPI client:

E-Z Checking: The EASY Way To SAVE!

man and computerMake life easier. Manage your finances more quickly. And save money. All of these perks can be accomplished through one flexible account – E-Z Checking from your Credit Union.

Do you pay a monthly service charge with your current checking account? Do you need to maintain a minimum balance? If you pay any fees at all, you’re paying too much!

Make The Switch Today And Save

  • FREE Checking With No Minimum Balance Requirement
  • SURCHARGE-FREE Access At Over 5,500 ATMs Through The Co-Op Network
  • FREE Account Access Through The CU Service Center Network
  • FREE Money Management
  • FREE Bill Pay
  • FREE ATM Or Debit Card

As an added plus, you’ll earn dividends on average daily balances of $500 or more.

E-Z Checking: it’s one simple way to make life easier. If you need help making the switch from your current institution, come see us! We can assist with the paperwork for a smooth transition. To learn more, stop by or visit us online.

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