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Neighbors Credit Union Gives Approximately $162,000 Back To Its Members

St. Louis, MO – At a time where banks are charging fees, Neighbors Credit Union is rewarding its members. As a thank you to our members, Neighbors Credit Union shared approximately $162,000 in the form of a special dividend that was paid on regular savings accounts.

 

“We had another great year and would like to thank our members,” says Neighbors Credit Union President and CEO, John Servos. “We’ve grown our business by thinking about what’s best for our members and we always strive to do what’s in their very best interest. It’s how we have grown for the past 85 years and we have no intention of stopping now.”

 

Neighbors’ first priority is to put people before profits and help their members reach their financial goals by providing the best rates on savings and loans. Charging fewer and lower fees and providing services like money management counseling and financial education. To find out more about Neighbors Credit Union visit NeighborsCU.org. 

 

 

 

 

 

Neighbors Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full service financial cooperative owned and controlled by its members. Established over 85 years ago, Neighbors Credit Union is one of the strongest financial institutions in Missouri and is open to the communities of St. Louis City (MO), St. Louis County (MO), St. Charles County (MO), Jefferson County (MO), St. Clair County (IL), Madison County (IL) or Monroe County (IL). Because of the combination of federal and private insurance, Neighbors Credit Union proudly insures deposit accounts to at least $500,000 and Individual Retirement Accounts to at least $500,000. Since our motto is “People Helping People,” we are dedicated to providing competitive products and services to meet the financial goals of our members, the owners.

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