Financial Facts

How We Can Make You a Winner in the New Year

If you’re losing patience with the high fees and poor customer service found at many banks, start the New Year off right. Take advantage of the benefits below and you’ll see why credit union members are winners.

We provide all the sophisticated tools banks offer – such as online bill pay, automatic transfers, direct deposit, mobile banking, shared branching and more – so you can handle your finances wherever you go, at any time. But credit unions also typically offer better rates and fewer fees than most banks, helping you make your money go further.

Immediate family members and members of your household are eligible for credit union membership. If you know people who could benefit from credit union membership, invite them to check us out.

Never worry that you might have to give up your credit union membership just because you move, change jobs or retire. Credit union membership benefits last a lifetime.

Need a loan? We have money to lend, and our low rates make it affordable.

Excellent service has become rare at banks in light of big bank mergers, but member satisfaction continues to be one of our top priorities.

Remember why credit unions exist in the first place: to help our members meet their financial needs. We also strive to serve our community whenever and wherever possible. This differs from most banks, which are in business to earn profits for their shareholders.

Stop by, visit us at or call 520-459-1860 or 800-752-6394 to learn more about how you can fully realize the value of your credit union membership!

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