Why choose a credit union over a traditional bank?
The number one question we get asked is, "how is a credit union different from a traditional bank?" Banks tend to be more profit oriented while credit unions focus on service. The model of the entire credit union industry is "people helping people." Banks are for-profit institutions and have a paid board of directors, while credit unions utilize unpaid volunteers. The credit union focus is on providing quality financial products and services that benefit the whole membership. Credit unions often offer lower interest rates, more attractive loan terms, less fees, and better member services. Finally, credit union members benefit from a fee-free network of over 30,000 ATMs worldwide. Now you know the difference between a bank and a credit union.
Why become a community credit union member with Cascade Community Credit Union?
At Cascade Community Credit Union, our goal is always to put our members first. We strive to meet their financial needs and give them easier ways to manage their money. But, even with the convenience of online banking and mobile apps, we know the best way to serve our members is with our doors open, not closed. And we believe evolving with the way people do their banking is by offering more services, not less. So, we invite you to change your bank for the last time by becoming a member at Cascade Community Credit Union.
Our primary focus is on helping people and providing a personalized banking experience to fit your unique needs. At Cascade Community Credit Union, members enjoy the following benefits and more:
- Lower interest rates
- More attractive loan terms
- Less fees
As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution, we are able to offer quality financial products and services that benefit the whole membership.
Online and Mobile Access
Cascade Community Credit Union is there whenever you need us with 24/7 online and mobile access. As a member you will have access to: