September 27, 2016
Be sure to have a look at the WRCU September newsletter. Information on EMV chip cards, a tip on paying off your mortgage, news about our annual meeting, and more.
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The White River Credit Union is a full service, member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution, serving towns and businesses in the upper White River valley. With our complete range of financial services, we can help you make more possible. How to Join
The White River Credit Union offers some excellent rates on new or used cars, trucks, or RVs. We will finance many recreational vehicles at the same rate as a car, which could make WRCU your first choice lender. Add our low-cost Loan Protection Disability and Life Insurance and you have a winning deal! Talk to us today and we can get you going where you want to go. We also have some good advice on buying a car.
A WRCU Visa card has a fixed rate, and no monthly or annual service fees to go along with the low 5.90% 6 month introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR), then a 10.90% APR. This is one handy card to have!
WRCU now offers five, ten, and fifteen year term Home Equity Loans with rates as low as 2.39% APR*. These new terms give you the flexibility to meet your financial needs on a payback schedule that you control. To top it off, if your loan is for less than $50,000 there are no closing costs charged to you.*5 year term, rate depends on your credit. APR=Annual Percentage Rate
June 8, 2016
With e-alerts you can keep track of your account balances and banking activity. Would you like to know when your balance falls below a certain amount, or your direct-deposit paycheck is deposited in your account? Know within minutes when that big check you wrote gets cashed, or a scheduled automatic withdrawal or loan payment happens. Choose between the alerts going to email, or as a text message to your cell phone. E-alerts are easy to set up and will give you peace of mind knowing how and when your banking transactions are happening.