Great customer services, I love the location in Milwukee, WI.
LadyLycan2630's review was:
SFFCU is absolutely by far one of the best credit unions. Most of their customer service reps are knowledgeable, and they get the job done. The one thing I feel they could improve on is their loan processes. Being approved for a loan of any size is extremely difficult. Overall, I am very happy with this credit union!
yesship's review was:
Their performance checking currently offers 1.5% APY, one of the highest in the nation. They used to offer 4% along with a few other banks, but those have evaporated. This banks if not as tech savvy as some of the mega banks. The mobile app is simply OK.
blakehouse's review was:
I have been a member since 1997. Originally DECU (which was a better credit union) it is now DCCU and it is open to the public. The products are still good, though the credit card rewards have lagged behind industry standards. Rates are always top notch for loans and loan products. Customer service in branch is still good though it has slipped off with all the openings of new branches. The phone sysem is horrible and I hope you don't have to deal with the credit card security folks "Steve from India".
McGiggins's review was:
I would say this is the best credit union to have account with which gives us 2% intrest on the bank amount when we make 15 transactions per month. And it also provides the auto loan at cheapest rates.
Sampal's review was:
I joined this credit union based off of reviews on this site, as well as the fact that is highly rated on BBB and they offer a generous APY on their Super Reward Checking Account. I have been using Provident for about 5 months now and I am sad to say that I am dissatisfied. The ATM is constantly out of order and the ATM even ate my money the other day and went out of order once again. I told the tellers inside and they filed a report and gave my account a credit for the amount of money that was stuck in the machine. About a week later, I noticed that the credit had been revoked from my account and replaced with a smaller credit, which tells me that they didn't "find" all of my money in the ATM machine. No one ever notified me of these transactions occuring. If they're going to dock money from my account, you'd think they would have the courtesy to at least talk to me about it. This credit union is not worth the trouble for a few extra bucks a month from APY. Take your money elsewhere, as it's clearly not important to this credit union to keep it safe.
SeekingSecurity's review was:
I have been a member of LGE Community Credit Union for about a year. I have only been into 2 branches so far (Austell & Kennesaw). I myself work in customer service,, and my experience with their staff so far has been nothing short of excellent. Everyone is always friendly and helpful. I even had one debit card dispute which was resolved in a professional & couteous manner. I am truely proud to be a member of such a great institution.
ezeric1's review was:
Have been a member for over 15 years and have had nothing but positive experiences with PFFCU. Website was fully updated in May and for almost two years I have been able to deposit checks using my phone. I order checks online. Although there are not as many branch locations as TD it really does not affect me. ATM card has no fee if used at a WAWA (located in almost every town), 7-11 or another Union Bank. The only time I need a branch is if I have coins that need counting or loan paperwork to sign.
Been with AACU for 30 years and they've financed several (6) vehicles with competitive rates. I've had the occasion to visit their locations and have been treated professionally & efficiently.
However, I was denied a refinance last year for some reason with EXCELLENT credit rating. Went to my local Georgia's Own Credit Union and was approved immediately with a lower interest rate on both properties. Sorry, AACU--your loss!
DWhite5256's review was:
My mother was one of WECU's first employees recognized for outstanding service before they had a building on Holly Street and had worked there for many years, so as part of the WECU family, I had a WECU savings account when I turned five. I graduated to a checking account when I was sixteen. Unfortunately, WECU closed that account when I had paid off an auto loan because I had filed for bankruptcy as a result of my divorce, even though the bankruptcy was not against the auto loan. I guess this is clearly stated in WECU's bylaws, but the letter I was sent stated that since WECU had lost an asset and I was "unable to repay the loss," they had to close my 25 year-old account. Ironically, I had paid for the asset and had money in my account. I was told it wouldn't matter if it was a penny or a million dollars in the account - they had to close the account because I was a liability for which they no longer had any sort of material asset to hold as collateral. THAT made me realize that I'm just a number. I had started banking with another credit union in town a few years prior to this incident and really did feel the difference that a smaller bank can make. It felt like old times again. Silly WECU.
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