Monday, July 20, 2009

NFCU Offers $5 Lifetime Membership

New to town, perfect or less than perfect credit and everything in between, Nevada Federal Credit Union (NFCU) offers a full array of financial, insurance, investment and real estate products and services to fulfill the needs of Clark County, Pahrump and Reno/Sparks, Nevada residents just like you!

And for those people that are looking for a fresh start from a financial challenged past, NFCU’s line of New Start Checking and Visa products were created to meet the needs of individuals with unique circumstances. Specific lending products are also available for people that are temporarily credit challenged.

“Studies have shown that our average member saves from $150–$300 a year by conducting most of their financial business with the credit union instead of a big bank,” said Brad Beal, NFCU chief executive officer and president. “The more products and services a member uses at Nevada Federal Credit Union, the more they save.”

Who can join?

Contrary to popular belief, all it takes to open a savings account at NFCU is an initial deposit of $5. There are no specific group restrictions; if you live, work, attend school or worships in Clark County, Pahrump or areas of Reno/Sparks, Nevada, you can join. Plus, any of your immediate family members can join too.

Who is NFCU?

We are one of the largest credit unions in the state of Nevada and among the top credit unions in the nation with more than $820 million in assets and over 85,000 members. In Las Vegas alone we have 21 convenient branches located within 3 miles of where residents live, work and play.

Not a member yet? Find out how you can join...

For additional account and membership information, go online to http://www.nevadafederal.org/, call (702) 457-1000, Las Vegas; (775) 751-9880, Pahrump; (775) 827-3880, Reno/Sparks or visit any of our local neighborhood branches.



1 comment:

Smarry said...

Very nice thanks for sharing.........

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