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April 20, 2010

A Credit Card Through A Credit Union

credit cardIt is much easier to get a federal credit union credit card than another credit card because credit unions welcome new members and the process gets completed much more quickly than it does at a bank.

Some credit unions may ask their members to attend a money management seminar, when they apply for a credit card. This is done to ensure that the member uses the card in a prudent manner.

The members are also provided with latest information on personal financing and budgeting, which will help them in planning their finances better.

Credit unions provide excellent customer service and help the member in case of financial hardships. The members are allowed to get modified terms to help them come to back to financial help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us at the Financial Center of Indianapolis for questions that you have about opening a credit union secured credit card.  You might also be interested in our Reward Checking which earns dividends.
 

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