Now that summer is behind us, we are returning to our normal business hours.
We will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays beginning September 1, 2013.
Remember to drive extra safely as children are back to school!
Check out the great terms of this Newark Firemen FCU loan special. This offer means your good credit gets you $2,500.00 for a term of 25 months at an interest rate as low as 5.95%. This is a perfect way to get the money you need for your holiday celebrating and gift giving. The holidays are always quick to arrive and mean extra spending, so get in touch with your credit union right now.
Restrictions apply. Your credit union representative will explain these and answer all of your questions.
This offer started October 1 to help you get into the spirit.
The Newark Firemen FCU wants to help you celebrate fall with some extra cash on great terms. With your good credit, borrow $1,500.00 for 15 months at an interest rate as low as 5.95% APR. This offer contains one of the larger loan amounts and longer repayment periods among our many Newark Firemen FCU loans, so contact us today.
There are some restrictions.
This offer starts October 1. Be sure to take advantage of this great loan offer.
It’s not the things they have in common.
Banks and credit unions are financial institutions. Both offer many of the same products and services like savings accounts, checking accounts, auto loans, credit cards, ATM/debit cards, and mortgage and home equity loans.
Both have deposit insurance so your money stays safe (your credit union has insurance through the National Credit Union Administration, a government agency similar to the FDIC).
So, what makes your credit union so great? We’re a less-expensive way for you to do your banking.
For one thing, your credit union only accepts people (like you) who fit into the field of membership. For this reason, we don’t have expensive branch offices scattered over a large area. This keeps costs down.
Another is that your credit union is owned by you and your fellow members, in something called a financial cooperative, where the resources are the resources of the members only and decisions are made with members’ best interests in mind. There are no outside investors looking for capital gains or dividend payments. This keeps costs down, too.
But maybe the biggest reason of all is that credit unions are not-for-profit businesses; so, all of the proceeds like loan interest are put back into the institution as better rates, fewer and lower fees, new products and services, and bonus dividends to members.
All of this means your credit union can offer you all of the same products and high-level of service that a bank can but at a lower cost to you.
Newark Firemen Federal Credit Union
NFFCU was chartered in 1940 to service the financial needs of the members and their families, of the Fire Department of the City of Newark. Read More
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