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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Features worth Finding in a Financial Institution

When we’re shopping we usually look for not only the best deals but also the best service.  The same applies to selecting a financial institution. If you’re thinking about making a switch, here are some qualities to look for.

Free checking. Lately many banking institutions are charging for checking.  At Community Financial Credit Union we off truly free checking.  That means no hidden requirements and no debt card fees. You can open an account with just $5.   

Great rates.  Ask about the interest rates you can get on your savings or checking accounts and look for low loan and mortgage rates.  Remember that every institution has different rates, and the rates are subject to change.  Credit Unions like Community Financial typically have lower rates on loans and mortgages than banks. 

Customer service.  Even in a world where we often prefer the ease of online banking, customer service is still key.  At Community Financial you’re more than just a number to us.  We’re here to personally assist you through your financial decisions.  That’s the kind of relationship we believe you should be able to have with your financial institution.

Are you making the switch? It’s not as hard as you think.  At Community Financial we make banking easier. If you’re interested in learning more about the difference between credit unions and banks, read our previous post. Community Financial is here to assist you with any questions you have about our services.  Feel free to visit one of our branch locations or call us at (877) 937-2328 and we’ll be happy to help you.  

Posted by: Community Financial
Community Financial Members Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full-service financial institution owned and governed by its membership.

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