We all have our reasons for being a credit union member. From the personal service to fulfilling your financial needs, credit unions exist to serve you throughout your life. So, when it comes to home ownership, why go to your credit union for a mortgage? We’ve put together a list of reasons you should consider your credit union for your mortgage needs.
VLCU needs your help! Our 2019 Wall Calendar will feature our employees’ pets, but there are too many cute ones to choose from! To narrow down the competition, we are asking for our members and the community to vote for your favorites.
Voting will run from 12:00 pm on October 12th through 11:59 pm on October 21st.
The top fourteen individual winners will be featured in our 2019 Wall Calendar.
It’s almost here! International Credit Union Appreciation Day is October 18, 2018! On that day, all of our branches will be hosting a celebration with refreshments, giveaways, Visa Gift Card drawings, and free shredding! Members are encouraged to stop in to see us.
We also decided that one day isn’t enough to celebrate our members! We are offering these additional promotions during the week of October 15th – 20th.
- 1% Discount off your qualifying rate when you refinance a loan from another financial institution1
- 24-Month Share Certificate special at 2.60% APY2 with a minimum deposit of $500
Don’t wait…these are limited-time offers!
Halloween is a very old holiday, dating back about 2,000 years.
The Halloween of modern times involves trick-or-treating, disguises, parties, candy and loads of fun. But this time of year can be as stressful as any other holiday. The cost of décor, candy, and costumes can begin to add up if you have a family of little ones and adults, both who like to dress up, party, and gorge on treats. Statistics show that Americans spent $9.1 billion dollars overall were spent on the 2017 Halloween holiday – $2.5 billion of which was spent on candy alone. Jack o’ lanterns, scarecrows, black cats, witches hats, haunted houses, costumes, etc. attributed to the remaining balance.
“Privacy is one of the biggest problems in this new electronic age.”
– Andy Grove, former Intel CEO
No truer words could have ever been spoken. This is the 21st Century, and one of the most influential inventions of modern times is the internet. Most of us can’t even picture what our lives would be like without it.
We’ve entered an age of “friending” people you don’t know, interacting with complete strangers, and sharing private information that just a few years ago we kept closely guarded. Google yourself, and you’ll find numerous websites containing your name, address, phone numbers, and lists of people associated with you – all just waiting to be purchased with a few, simple keystrokes.