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September 02, 2008

Loose Change

Member Boyce Benningfield Jr. empties his loose change into the coin machine at Financial Center's Main Center.When I get home from my job as Marketing Manager here at Financial Center, I usually have a few spare coins leftover from my day. Without much thought, I toss them into an empty coffee can next to my dresser. I'm not sure how much money I've collected, but I'm going to take a closer look after what happened at FCFCU's Main Center last week.

Most of our Centers are equipped with an automatic coin counting machine. Instead of having to roll up your coins, all you have to do is come in to your favorite Center, and pour them into this machine. It does all the work for you.

Member Boyce Benningfield Jr. took advantage of this great service and brought in his loose change that he'd been collecting for the past five years. We won't tell you how much change he poured into the machine, but it was enough to pay for a repair on his car.

These machines can be found in grocery stores and other retail locations around Indianapolis, but they charge a fee. This service is completely free to all FCFCU members. Mr. Benningfield summed it up perfectly when discussing the fee he would have incurred elsewhere: "I should get it all."

This is just one of the many great services that Financial Center offers its members. Come in and experience the difference for yourself today.

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