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P.O. Box 435, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Phone: (518) 581-1201 ext. 3900 / 1-800-723-1201
Fax: (518) 581-7076
Skip-A-Payment is back. Popular during the gift giving season, this service gives you the ability to skip either the November or December payment on a loan as long as the loan is at least six months old, in good standing and is not a Home Equity loan. Interest will be charged during the month skipped but you will not be required to … Continue reading
Good News! Your credit union board of directors has voted to increase savings rates. This means your savings and club accounts are getting an annual interest rate of .25%. Share Certificates, upon renewal or new, will receive .35% for the 6 month rate and .45% for the 12 month rate. These new, higher rates are just another way our credit … Continue reading
We are now offering a “Make Your Own Loan.” If you would like to apply for a loan up to $1,500 this loan may be for you. Call us at 800-723-1201 ext. 3900 for more information. Don’t wait too long. This offer is melting away at the end of June.
Good news!! We have extended our auto loan sale through May. So if you are planning on financing your new or used vehicle give us a call at 518-581-1201 ext. 3900. If you currently have a car loan at another financial institution consider refinancing it with us.
Two recent scams that we are aware of. First one is a call from a bank (in this case Bank of America) saying your credit or debit card has been locked. Dial one to be connected with our security department. Don’t do it! Instead, hang up and call the number on the back of your card. Scam two. Have you ever seen a box come … Continue reading