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www.arizonafederalcreditunion.com is not the correct website for Arizona Federal Credit Union, Arizona Federal or AZFCU. Instead, you should go here.
http://www.arizonafederalcreditunion.com is not the correct website for AZFCU. The correct websites are listed below for AZFCU. You should first read “10 reasons why you should close your Arizona Federal AZ FCU accounts,” or else your money will slowly disappear as … Continue reading
If you want to know more about why Ally Bank is a smarter choice than AZFCU.org, see this link: https://arizonafederalcreditunionmembers.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/how-do-other-banks-and-credit-unions-compare-to-az-fcu-with-10000-in-your-share-savings-account-move-your-money Fee schedule comparison of Ally Bank vs Arizona FCU Ally Bank Arizona FCU Rates paid on your savings 0.90% is … Continue reading
How do other banks and credit unions compare to AZ FCU, with $10,000 in your share savings account? Move your money!
Don’t be a sucker! Move your money! Don’t get ripped off by $36 EVERY YEAR to line the pockets of management, when similar services can be found FOR FREE at many other financial institutions. Consider your share savings balance and … Continue reading
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
Arizona FCU $3 monthly fee cannot be avoided unless you CLOSE YOUR ACCOUNT. Competitors offer easy options to avoid monthly fees.
Low information members keep their money at AZ FCU. Smarter choice members move their money where they aren’t ripped off, not only by the low interest rates that Arizona Federal pays, but also by the unavoidable $3 monthly ripoff fee. … Continue reading
Arizona Federal has misleadingly deceptive propaganda on its website in an attempt to justify its wrongful fee.
Isn’t it ironic that Arizona Federal knocks Bank of America, Chase, and Wells Fargo for $5 monthly debit card fees, which the banks announced in 2011 and quickly retracted in 2011, yet Arizona FCU instituted a $3 monthly fee simply … Continue reading
A credit union, by the nature of its organizational structure, is owned by the members. Each member is an equal owner, regardless of their balance size, length of membership, account activity. So if you have $25 in your account and … Continue reading
Credit Union industry slams unfettered greed of Arizona Federal Credit Union, which damages the “credit union” name
http://www.cutimes.com/2013/05/02/arizona-fcus-membership-fee-breaks-new-ground-some Arizona FCU’s Membership Fee Breaks New Ground, Some Members Flee By Peter Strozniak May 2, 2013 Arizona FCU loses 15,000 members because of new fee. Aimed at building primary loyalty, credit union contends the strategy is … Continue reading
If you are a member of Arizona FCU, you MUST read this link: https://arizonafederalcreditunionmembers.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/10-reasons-why-you-should-close-your-arizona-federal-az-fcu-accounts-move-your-money-now Arizona Federal Credit Union offers many types of loans – home loans, car loans, new car loans, used car loans, auto loans, motorcycle loans, rv loans, … Continue reading
Since Arizona Federal Credit Union wants to distinguish itself, it needs to have an accurate slogan and mission statement. Here are some ideas we have received: “Bad service, big fees.” “Pay more, get less.” “Less for you, more for us. … Continue reading