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WWFCU Dances its Way to a $1,000 Donation

September 24th, 2018

Never one to shirk from a challenge, the Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union (WWFCU) team decided to take part in the Michigan Credit Union League’s #KekeChallenge. Set to Drake’s “In My Feelings,” and including dance moves made popular by Instagram comedian theshiggyshow, the WWFCU staff definitely rose to the #KekeChallenge! By participating in the challenge, we’re

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WWFCU Now Offers Apple Pay

April 17th, 2018

Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union is always looking for new ways to make our members’ lives easier. That’s why we’re excited to announce that our MasterCard Debit Card is now available on Apple Pay! Here are the perks of Apple Pay: It’s accepted at millions of stores, restaurants and online retailers Payments are secure and

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WWFCU is Growing!

March 22nd, 2018

To better serve its community, Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union (WWFCU) has expanded its field of membership to include all of Wayne County. The WWFCU Board approved the field of membership expansion in July 2017, it was later approved by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). That means if someone you know lives, works, worships,

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When Your Plans Go Awry

July 2nd, 2017

When leaving home for a vacation, most people experience a slight nervousness. “What if something goes wrong?” they ask themselves. Usually, it’s a concern that’s quickly forgotten when they reach their final destination. However, for an unlucky few, sometimes vacations do go “south”. Here are some situations you may run into while abroad, and how

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The Benefits of Direct Deposit

December 8th, 2011

Most people are familiar with the idea of direct deposit. You fill out a little form with your employer, perhaps attach a voided check, and a few weeks later, your paycheck stops coming in the mail and begins showing up directly in your account. It’s a simple little idea, but it has a lot of

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What’s Your Money Personality?

November 10th, 2011

Everyone thinks of money differently. Perhaps your grandmother clipped coupons and watched every penny, while your neighbor never seems to think about tomorrow when he has money today, while “you” love to dream about your retirement to a tropical paradise someday. The way you think about money (the type of money personality you possess), becomes

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