Rates won't be this low for long and now is the time to finance your new or used auto, boat, ATV, motorcycle, and more with One CU! You can even refinance your higher rate loan from another lender to a One CU loan and save! Call, stop in, or apply online. But hurry! The madness ends March 31, 2014!
Rate is determined by an assessment of your credit and may vary. Loans currently financed with One CU are not eligible. Speak to a lender.
We are STEPPIN' UP TO END VIOLENCE! Team cu@thefinish and we will be participating in the 8th annual Steppin' Up To End Violence 5K walk/run in Claremont NH. One Credit Union invites you to help our team raise funds for Turning Points Network. You can securely make a donation online on our team page or stop at any of our branches to make a cash donation.
Thank you from all of us at One Credit Union and team cu@thefinish! We will be walking in memory of little Dezirae Sheldon and other victims of abuse.
DON'T LET TRAVEL PLANS BE INTERRUPTED BY A BLOCKED CARD! Avoid the frustration and embarrassment of having your debit or credit card transactions declined. It is important to contact us before your next trip and let us know you are traveling. Otherwise the Fraud Department may place a block on your card due to purchases being made outside your usual spending radius. This is important for both domestic and international travel.
Now...buckle up and enjoy your trip! EARN REWARD POINTS WHEN YOU USE YOUR ONE CU VISA® CREDIT CARD...BECAUSE LIFE SHOULD BE REWARDING!
SCORE MOREWHEN YOU SHOP THROUGH THE SCORECARD MALL! Register and learn more by visiting ScoreCardRewards! SCAM ALERT! The Attorney General’s office has issued an advisory for consumers to be on the lookout for suspect phone calls or text messages indicating a problem with the consumer’s debit card and asking the cardholder to call a telephone number for assistance, where the perpetrators will attempt to gain confidential personal information. They may also tell you that the card or PIN is blocked and ask you to enter your card number. The AG’s office advises consumers to not respond to such messages and to contact the card-issuing institution if they’ve already responded in order to protect their account. Consumers can also report such scam attempts to the Consumer Assistance Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-649-2424.