June 23, 2009
There are lots of Indianapolis bank locations. On my way home from the credit union each day, I go past at least five or six branches of our local Indianapolis bank competitors. From the outside, each of these banks looks different with altering signage and architectural designs, but what is the true difference between all those banks?
Stop Going to the Bank
When people have to go withdraw money or deposit a check, they often say that they are "going to the bank". They do not name a specific institution, but rather refer to their financial institution in a generic sense.
Why not try something different? Why not do your "banking" at an Indianapolis credit union?
Credit unions are different from banks. Credit unions are owned by their members and not shareholders. Any profit that a credit union makes is returned to members through better rates on savings and loan products. We also normally charge less fees than banks.
It's time to check out the difference for yourself, and join Financial Center.
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