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non-member: $0.90CUNA member: $0.45
This stuffer encourages members to establish a savings plan so they'll be prepared for planned and unplanned events.
non-member: $0.30CUNA member: $0.15
This stuffer assures your members that their money is safe at your credit union.
non-member: $0.70CUNA member: $0.35
Encourage more members to switch to e-statements and online access.
non-member: $0.26CUNA member: $0.13
Help your members understand the need to safeguard their cards and identity from the risk of exposure.
Gives members suggestions on where to purchase a used car, how to scope out the history and how to determine a fair price.
Put the emphasis on keeping track of your balance in this age of automatic transfers, electronic billing and recurring transactions.
non-member: $0.60CUNA member: $0.30
This powerful message reminds members that your principles will never change.
This insert offers prevention tips, resources, and recovery options for ID theft victims.
This insert explains what a credit score is, how one is calculated, who uses credit scores and how members can improve their credit scores.
Educates consumers about the shocking interest rates (261% APR and up) charged by check-cashing outlets and steers them toward credit unions.
Alert members about the dangers of "phishing" attacks and help them avoid becoming a victim. Reassure them that your credit union will never ask for personal data of any kind via e-mail.
Statement stuffers provide an easy way to promote current financial topics and events with your members' monthly statements.
This insert explains the difference between credit unions and banks, including a comparison chart and an outline of credit union history.
The first time members shop for an auto loan, it can be time-consuming and a little confusing. But, once they know the formula, they will be set to save money on car financing for life.
This insert helps consumers understand their credit rights, credit reports, and how to fight identity theft under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACT Act).