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Credit cooperatives and credit unions exist in many different forms. The main differences relate to the nature of the membership and the opening of a credit institution. Credit unions encourage the proper use of shareholders savings, developing social programs (education, health, recreation, housing, etc.). Corporate credit unions are united on a cooperative basis in the Central Credit Union (US Central Credit Union). Some credit unions are closed, serving only their members. However, the more and more popularitywin cooperatives of open type.


Credit Union Location in Provo, Utah

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Provo, Utah have 5 agent Credit Union location in your country. All country.

Credit unions encourage the proper use of shareholders savings, developing social programs (education, health, recreation, housing, etc.). Some credit unions are closed, serving only their members. However, the more and more popularitywin cooperatives of open type.

Agent Contacts
C U P Federal Credit Union, Provo 302 E 1860 S Provo, UT 84606

Phone: (801) 374-1170
Routing number: 13833
Freedom Credit Union, Provo 815 N Freedom Blvd Provo, UT 84604

Phone: (801) 375-2120
Routing number: 67129
Provo Police & Fire Department Credit Union, Provo 250 West Center Suite 114 Provo, UT 84601

Phone: (801) 377-5634
Routing number: 67110
Provo Postal Credit Union, Provo 345 West 100 South Provo, UT 84601

Phone: (801) 374-5856
Routing number: 67128
Utah Community Credit Union, Provo 188 West River Park Drive Provo, UT 84604

Phone: (801) 223-8188
Routing number: 10709


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Fund of Mutual Financial Aid of the credit union can be extended by sponsorship contributions from businesses, organizations, including on a returnable basis. Unlike banks credit unions limit their activities to a closed circle of people. Credit Union - a non-profit financial institution specialized in mutual financial assistance by providing savings and credit services to their members. Credit unions encourage savings of citizens, setting compensation payments (interest) on savings and provide from these savings loans to their members. Unlike banks, in order to use the services of a credit union, you have to become its member, having written an application and having paid thus shares and membership fee. Credit unions are financial institutions, financial cooperatives of citizens, and in this capacity they are above all associations of people, not unification of capitals, which is typical, for example, for public companies.