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Coronavirus Information Central

WWFCU is here for you. Our main concerns are the safety and well-being of our membership and our staff. We wanted to give you a one-stop spot for all of our coronavirus-related information. Check back often, our goal is to update this page as needed. Our Hours Our lobby and drive-thru are now open regular

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Think Mobile and Online Banking First

WWFCU closed its lobby during this COVID-19 outbreak to protect its community and staff. We know this is an inconvenience for some of our members, so we wanted to outline all the transactions you can do on your laptop, PC or smartphone. Skip the drive-thru lines and use a little technology instead! Online and Mobile

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WWFCU Lobby Closed, Drive-Thru Open

March 16, 2020 First, let me assure you there have been no confirmed exposure to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) at WWFCU. We take the well-being and safety of our members and staff very seriously and they are at the heart of every decision we make. As inconvenient as it may be for our members, we are taking

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COVID-19: Protecting Yourself at WWFCU

We’re always talking to you about your financial health, but with the COVID-19 coronavirus now in Michigan we thought we’d talk about your physical health. Whether you’re ill or worried about getting ill, you still have plenty of banking options at WWFCU. Many of our transactions can be performed either using our drive-thru, online banking

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Falcon Fraud Alerts

We have teamed with Falcon Fraud protection services to continuously monitor your WWFCU debit cards as of February 5, 2020. This service helps identify and prevent fraudulent transactions. If any of your card transactions seem unusual or outside of your normal spending patterns, this may prompt Falcon Fraud to contact you to confirm the transaction(s).

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What to Teach Your Kids About Credit Cards

As a grown-up you know that there are both negative and positive sides to having a credit card. Many of us find out the hard way what it means to own a credit card. If you’re a parent, you probably like to help your kids avoid the same mistakes you made. Here are a few

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All About Credit Unions

If you’re a WWFCU member, we’d like to thank you. We also have a question for you … Have you ever really thought about what being a credit union member means? Sure, in many ways being a credit union member is similar to being a bank customer. You can have checking and savings accounts, get

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Recent College Grad? Here are 10 Money Saving Tips

You’ve graduated – congratulations! Now what? Getting your degree has been your goal for so long, you probably didn’t think much about what happens after you get your diploma. Yep, it’s time to be a grown-up, this includes all of the financial responsibilities that come with it.  Here are ten tips to help you navigate

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8 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

Your house and yard aren’t the only things that need a little extra attention this spring – so do your finances. Spring is the perfect time to take a step back and look at the bigger picture and tend to the financial areas that need help. We have eight tips to help you spring clean

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FHA Loan Basics

An FHA loan is a mortgage that’s guaranteed by the government’s Federal Housing Administration. Because of this guarantee, FHA loans are more available to homebuyers who do not qualify for traditional mortgages.  Should I get an FHA loan?  FHA loans are great for anyone, but they’re especially good for those who:  • Are first-time homebuyers 

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