FAIRBORN, Ohio – Wright-Patt Credit Union members can say goodbye to service fees. To demonstrate the credit union advantage to its members, the over $1 billion credit union has eliminated some 10 service fees. Members will no longer be charged for such products and services ranging from annual credit card fees and purchasing travelers checks, to account research and providing additional account history. “Wright-Patt Credit Union is not in the business of maximizing profits for remote shareholders,” said Wright-Patt CU President/CEO Douglas A. Fecher. “We think the elimination of these fees is in contrast to the growing trend of fee increases many consumers are seeing in the for-profit financial institution marketplace.”

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