ALL U.S. Credit Union - Positively Different

Should You Consolidate your Debt Into One Low Payment?

January 28, 2015 - by Patrick Redo


Debt Spinning out of Control?

Keeping up with numerous debts from a variety of sources can leave you feeling like you are spinning out of control?   Fortunately, allU.S. Credit Union has several solutions that can steer you in the right direction and save you money and stress!

Should you consolidate your debt?  This calculator is designed to help determine if debt consolidation is right for you.  Fill in your loan amounts, credit card balances and other outstanding debt.  You can then see what your monthly payment would be with a consolidated loan.

At allU.S. Credit Union, we offer many options to help you pay off your credit cards, improve your credit rating and live debt free!  Check it out:

Pay off existing debts with an Auto Title Loan featuring rates as low as 2.49% APR.  You have the ability to borrow up to 50% of your car’s value to help drive down your debt!

Transfer high-rate credit cards to the allU.S. Visa Credit Card and save BIG with:

Check out even more advantages at

You can kiss your high-rate debt goodbye by consolidating your debt with an allU.S. Personal Loan.

Debt consolidation at allU.S. Credit Union is a smart and easy way to combine all your high-interest debt into one low payment. You’ll lower your interest rate (which could save you money every month) and more of your payment will go toward the principal balance, meaning you’ll pay off your debt more quickly! And best of all you’ll make just one easy payment each month!

Don’t wait! Consolidate your debt and save with allU.S. Credit Union. Need help determining if debt consolidation is a good option for you?  Just stop by or call Robin or Stephanie at 831-540-4627 and they will be happy to help.  You can also apply online at






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.

t t