Saturday, November 17, 2012
Free Checking MA
A couple of years ago, the bank that I had used for decades was bought out by another bank. The service really went downhill, so I started looking for another bank. One of my co-workers suggested that I research credit unions instead of banks.
I had never used a credit union before, but I took his advice. I found the website for Workers' Credit Union by searching for "free checking MA" on the Internet. I was pleased to find out that there were several branches in my county, so I started researching further at https://www.wcu.com/. I immediately found a lot of differences that set Workers' Credit Union apart from my old bank.
I had a lot of questions, and I was able to speak to a real person immediately when I contacted my local WCU branch. The associate was pleasant and helpful, and I felt like Workers' Credit Union really wanted to help meet my financial needs. I started by opening up a free checking account. The process was quick and simple, and I loved there were no fees associated with maintaining my account. I was so happy with the free checking at Workers' Credit Union that I eventually moved all of my accounts to this business. Workers' Credit Union has a small, personal feel, but the credit union is big enough to provide for all of my financial needs. Whether I have questions about retirement planning, a home equity line of credit or a car loan, I have always been able to receive professional guidance quick!
*this is a guest post. I personally do not live in MA any longer and do not have access to their banking systems