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Credit unions are competitors of savings institutions, adding interest on deposits of members. This applies to the shares, as well as to additional funds transferred to the account in the credit union. In the U.S. credit unions timely and full repayment of loans is a common phenomenon. Unpaid and delinquent loans are not more than 3% of their amount. In the U.S., credit unions have a clear organizational structure. All credit unions belong to one or the other parent credit union (there are 35 of them in the U.S.). Credit unions encourage the proper use of shareholders savings, developing social programs (education, health, recreation, housing, etc.). The economic basis of credit unions - finances of a household. The main objective of the credit union - to ensure financial stability of a household, to ensure the priority of their shareholders' financial interests.


Credit Union Location in Fairmont, West Virginia

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Fairmont, West Virginia have 4 agent Credit Union location in your country. All country.

In the U.S. credit unions timely and full repayment of loans is a common phenomenon. Unpaid and delinquent loans are not more than 3% of their amount. Credit unions encourage the proper use of shareholders savings, developing social programs (education, health, recreation, housing, etc.).

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City Of Fairmont Federal Credit Union, Fairmont 500 Quincy Street Fairmont, WV 26554

Phone: 304-366-9280 ext. 449
Routing number: 18142
Charter number: 251578831
Fairmont Federal Credit Union, Fairmont 401 Tenth Street Fairmont, WV 26554

Phone: (304) 363-5320
Routing number: 03439
Charter number: 251578844
Marion County School Employees Federal Credit Union, Fairmont 200 Gaston Ave Fairmont, WV 26554

Phone: (304) 366-2390
Routing number: 22428
Charter number: 251579694
U S Employees Federal Credit Union, Fairmont 331 Madison Street Fairmont, WV 26554

Phone: (304) 366-0910
Routing number: 06672
Charter number: 251578886


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Since the early 80's started the process of consolidation of credit unions, leading to a decrease in their number with a simultaneous increase in the total number of members. The difference between credit unions and banks is clearly is apparent when comparing the structure of assets and liabilities of credit unions and banks. Activity of the credit union consists of organizing mutual financial assistance by meeting the needs of its members in the services of saving and obtaining loans. In the U.S. credit unions timely and full repayment of loans is a common phenomenon. Unpaid and delinquent loans are not more than 3% of their amount. International cooperation has been particularly felt since the days when Alphonse Desjardins began the activity on development of credit union movement in North America. Cooperation between credit unions, how they would not have been named, took place always, from the moment when the movement moved outside one credit union.