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Arizona Federal pays the lowest and worst savings rate at AZFCU.org

Arizona Federal’s “The Power of US” slogan means that the insulting $3 unavoidable monthly fees are powering Arizona Federal to the detriment of its members.  Why get ripped off for $3 monthly, which is $36 annually, when you can go … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal Credit Union competitors with Arizona branch locations. How do those other credit unions feel about their members?

Some of our supporters did an analysis comparing the statements of how competing credit unions feel about their members. While Arizona FCU looks down on its members, most other credit unions show an appreciation for their member-owners. See this link … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal Credit Union fees and rates are extremely uncompetitive. Arizona FCU is not a smarter choice.

Arizona Federal Credit Union pays extremely low, uncompetitive rates on its share savings account, only 0.01%. Once you factor in the unavoidable $3 monthly weasel fees, which come to $36 in yearly fees, you could suffer a huge negative return. … Continue reading

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Arizona Federal Credit Union has some of the highest, most excessive fees. Click the green Excel icon to download, or the folder icon to enlarge.

Are these high and excessive fees to feed the hungry bankers eating like pigs? A credit union should not be acting like a bank with excessive fees. A credit union should be trying to help members save, not trying to … Continue reading

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