Final numbers show debit cards without fees generate significantly more members.
Credit unions in California and Oregon enjoyed a surge of new members on Bank Transfer Day, as well as on the days leading up to Nov. 5. To encourage new member signings, some CUs kept branches open during extended hours while others marketed Bank Transfer Day promotions.
San Diego County Credit Union gained 362 new checking account members on Nov. 5 and more than 850 in the first week of November.
The $5.3 billion San Diego County Credit Union wants to offer a way for locals tired of big bank fees to work out their frustrations.
Credit unions hope the growing consumer anthem of “We’re not gonna take it,” over the latest debit card bank fees, has those consumers primed to make a switch.
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Credit unions across the country have been making the most of the opportunity that Bank Transfer Day represents.
Teresa Halleck is just one year into her tenure at San Diego County Credit Union, but she’s no newcomer to the credit union community. She’s been in the industry for nearly two decades. As she approached this mile marker in her latest position, Halleck took time to reflect on what...
Actors took to the beaches to help San Diego County Credit Union get its message out about the credit union difference.
The 215,000 members of the $5.1 billion San Diego County Credit Union can now pay bills online and have the payments arrive that day.