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  • 1. What are my options for contacting Progressions? Views: 86 Featured Content
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    Below are the various ways that you can contact Progressions: Ask us a question online! Visit us in person at a branch near you! Call us: 509-535-0191 or 1-800-828-8691 Mailing Address contact us email
  • 2. What are your current loan rates? Views: 621 Featured Content Updated
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    Rates effective 03/20/2019 and subject to change. APR=Annual Percentage Rate. OAC=On Approved Credit. Your rate will be determined by the loan type, amount, applicable fees, collateral, term requested, and your credit score. For additional information regarding rates and terms on Progressions Credit Union loans, please contact us. AUTOS AND TRUCKS 10 YEARS OLD AND NEWER APR RANGE RANGE OF TERMS OTHER INFORMATION 3.99%-17.49% Available up to 96 months OAC. Fixed rate. Max advance may include Ta  More...
  • 3. What are your current deposit rates? Views: 937 Featured Content
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    Effective 03/01/2019 and subject to change. For additional information regarding rates and terms on Progressions Credit Union deposit accounts, please call 509.535.0191 or 800.828.8691. APY=Annual Percentage Yield Federally Insured by NCUA Click here to see our Special Certificate Rates! To view our Fee Schedule, click here . Save To Win 12 Month Savings Certificate Minimum balance to open and earn stated APY Term APY $25.00 12 months 0.35% Compounding and Crediting: Dividends are compounded a  More...
  • 4. Where can I find more information about the federal insurance coverage on my accounts at Progressions Credit Union? Views: 97
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    NCUA Initiates Share Insurance Call Center, Tool Kit Experts are available to answer questions about share insurance Alexandria, Va., September 23, 2008 - The National Credit Union Administration today opens a call center and posts an electronic tool kit to help members and credit unions better understand the insurance protection NCUA provides for member accounts. With the well-publicized turmoil in the financial markets, consumers need assurance that the federally insured funds in their cr  More...
  • 5. Why am I limited in the number of transactions I can perform with my Progressions savings and money market accounts? Views: 87
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    All financial institutions, including Progressions, must comply with the federal regulation known as Regulation D. This regulation requires us to limit the number of remote transactions that you can make online, by telephone, or by check. However, there is no limit to the number of transactions you may make in person at our branches or at ATMs, or by using one of the other methods described below. Importantly, these rules apply on the federal limitation of remote transactions: You can make   More...
  • 6. What hours is the CU open? Where are the branches located? Views: 652 Featured Content
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    Visit us online at progressionscu.org Download our mobile app for i Phone or Android Online Loan Application Shared Branching No Surcharge ATM Locator Smart Line: 509.535.8864 or 800.27Smart Report a lost or stolen Visa Debit/ATM card: 800.241.2510 Report a lost or stolen Visa Credit card: 800.991.4961. Main Branch Phone: 509.535.0191 or 800.828.8691 Fax: 509.535.0288 Address 2919 E Mission Ave/Spokane WA 99202 (click here for map) Lobby Hours 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday Driv  More...
  • 7. Where can I find an ATM? Views: 108 Featured Content
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    PCU has two 24 hr drive up deposit taking ATMs; at our main office (2919 E Mission), the Credit Union Service Center (1212 W Francis). We also have a non deposit taking walkup ATM in the lunchroom of the USPS Plant (2928 Spotted Rd). Members may also locate additional non PCU owned surcharge free ATMs in the Spokane area, the US Canada as well as world wide using the link below or by calling 1.888.SITE.COOP or by t exting your location – address, intersection or zip code – to 6926  More...
  • 8. Can the credit union help protect me from Identity Theft? Views: 106 Featured Content
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    Yes. We offer IDSafeChoice to help protect you from ID Theft BEFORE it happens. IDSafeChoice offers you the only early warning system available today to help stop identity theft - credit monitoring. In addition, IDSafeChoice helps you overcome the effects if you are victimized with fully managed recovery and expense reimbursement. With IDSafeChoice's fully managed recovery you can rest assured that your good name will be restored by a professional Recovery Advocate, no matter how long  More...
  • 9. My statement shows APY and APYE. What is the difference? Views: 555
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    Annual Percentage Yield is t he percentage rate which reflects the total amount of dividends to be paid on an account based on the dividend rate (annual percentage rate) and the frequency of compounding. The APY is the rate quoted to members inquiring about deposit rates. Annual Percentage Yield Earned reflects the total amount of dividends actually earned for the statement period based on the actual average daily balance in the account. The APYE is affected by deposits and withdrawals made dur  More...
  • 10. Mortgage Qualifier Calculator to help you determine how much you can afford to spend on a home. Views: 389 Updated
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    h1 { font-size: 13pt; font-weight: bold; } body, table, td, th, ul, ol, dd, dl, p, br, h1, dt { font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 100%; } Mortgage Qualifier Calculator The first step in buying a house is determining your budget. The mortgage qualifier calculator steps you through the process of finding out how much you can borrow. You can calculate your mortgage qualification based on income, purchase price or total monthly payment. Javascript is required for this calculator.  More...
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