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Love My Credit Union Rewards is an exclusive discount program that was created (as Invest in America) in 2008 to help credit union members save on the products and services they use every day.

We began with the Credit Union Member Discount from GM and soon grew to include the Sprint Credit Union Member Discount as well as savings programs from TurboTax, DIRECTV, Allied Van Lines and ADT. Plus, we offer our own discount partners Love to Shop and the Credit Union Auto Club.

Our blog is to give you insider info on the latest discounts and share other ways to help you save. We hope you enjoy our blog and saving at LoveMyCreditUnion.org!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Credit Union Members - Save Your Free Checking!

As a credit union member, you own your money.  That means having better rates, lower fees and, for many credit union members, free checking.  But huge retailers have lobbied for a new rule on debit cards which will create a big windfall for big businesses, while hard working members like you will have to pay yet another banking fee, this time on your checking account.

Unlike other financial institutions, most credit unions still offer free checking.  And we don't want this to end. The time to act is now!  Call or write your legislators and ask them to Save My Free Checking.  Tell them you want your credit union to continue offering affordable products and services - like free checking.

If we raise our collective voices to reverse this rule, we can put a stop to big business and government price controls that will only make us all pay again.

Don't give up your hard-earned money.  Own your money.  Take action today.

1 comment:

  1. As only MY credit union can determine the charges for any service they offer and the bill addresses FEES charged for card processing, it would be pointless to contact my elected officials and tell them I want to keep my "free" checking, I will merely tell you that this campaign is like a political smear ad, loosely based on the truth, but twisted in such a way that it no longer resembles the truth in the least.