ALL U.S. Credit Union - Positively Different

allU.S. – Your Most Trusted and Valued Financial Resource

October 20, 2016 - by Patrick Redo

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The recent Wells Fargo scandal proves yet again that Americans ought to think twice before trusting their money to the big guys. But let’s face it: that’s not new news.  Consumers already know community banks and credit unions are more ethical and trustworthy than the too-big-to-fail institutions, so this latest scandal probably won’t have a major impact on where you bank. 

If you find yourself saying “If only I could get products as good as the ones offered by the big banks at a local financial institution” or “I wish my bank would treat me like a person and not a number”  then maybe it’s time to think about finding a local financial institution like allU.S. Credit Union with stability and personal service that has served our community for more than 66 years.

We know that you’ve been reading the headlines about failing banks and financial institutions like Wells Fargo that are less than ethical. We know all the news can be disheartening and even somewhat scary, but we want to assure you that allU.S. is safe, secure and stronger than ever.

How did we stay so strong?

So, despite these challenging times in our banking industry, allU.S. has never been stronger. The singular focus is and will be that of providing the best possible service to our members.  Clear strategic objectives for growth and service have been developed to position your credit union to provide exceptional service to members. Technology infrastructure and operational enhancements have been instituted to support member expectations and financial discipline to ensure safety and soundness. For us, that’s business as usual. And if you bank with us, it’s business as usual for you, too! 

Thank you for your continued support and patronage of allU.S. Credit Union.  We look forward to serving you and your neighbors for many years to come.






To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.

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