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New Payment Options at Allegacy

Tweet At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we believe in offering our members convenience and security. We are happy to announce that your Allegacy debit and credit cards can be used on several digital wallet platforms, such as ApplePay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay. All of these payment methods are mobile wallets where, once you store your […]

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Secure Payments: Tokenization

Tweet Lots of buzzwords are thrown around when talking about credit card payments and securing your information. Maybe you’ve heard the term ‘tokenization’ in reference to credit card purchases, but don’t really know how this technology works or how it keeps your information safer. Tokenization is a security technology that allows merchants to store a […]

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Money Tips When You Travel

Tweet Traveling for the holidays? Holiday travel can be fun and exciting, but you want to make sure you have access to your funds while away from home. Before you travel out of the country, here are some tips for handling funds abroad. Before you leave: If you plan to use your VISA debit or […]

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Free checking that pays you higher dividends.

Tweet Unlike banks our SmartRate Checking is really free. Want a checking account that actually puts money back in your pocket? SmartRate Checking from Allegacy earns dividends of 0.80% APY on balances up to $25,000.* There are no fees, and you can use any ATM anywhere in the country. No monthly service charge No minimum balance Refunds on ATM fees, up to […]

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Free Checking: Does it Exist?

Tweet Fees, fees, and more fees seem to be the basis for almost every checking account out there. According to a recent survey, just 39% of non-interest bearing checking accounts are offered free. This is down from 76% just three years ago! Only one of the top ten banks offers a free checking account. The […]

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A checking account that pays you.

Tweet Shopping for a FREE checking account: smart. Finding a checking account that pays you: smarter. Fees, fees, and more fees seem to be the basis for almost every checking account out there. Except at Allegacy. While most financial institutions are charging fees for checking, our accounts are designed to help you make your money work harder and smarter with higher […]

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A banner year starts with better checking.

Tweet Your business deserves the best chance for success in the New Year. One of the ways Allegacy makes that possible is by bringing you an array of Business Checking Accounts designed to provide more cost-efficient and convenient ways of managing your company’s money. Allegacy understands that every business has its own unique requirements when it comes to depositing […]

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Fee to be, you and me.

Tweet There are plenty of conundrums in life that we accept without question. Like why time flies when you’re having fun. And why toast always hits the ground buttered-side down. But there’s one mystery that begs some serious probing: Why do banks charge you money to keep your money? It makes no sense, right? But […]

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The bigger benefits to paying with plastic.

Tweet By now, you’re probably well aware of the convenience and security that an Allegacy Visa® Check Card offers. Cash and checks just can’t measure up. But, here are just a few of the other benefits of using a Check Card to pay for everyday purchases. Check Cards make recordkeeping a breeze. Monthly statements document […]

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Go from pressing ‘CREDIT’ to writing postcards.

Tweet Your Check Card purchase today could be just the ticket for an amazing vacation tomorrow in our Getaway Giveaway! This spring, Allegacy is helping you turn everyday expenses into extraordinary prizes. When you use your Allegacy Visa® Check Card now through June 30, 2011, just press CREDIT instead of using your PIN, and with every purchase of $50 or more, you’ll be […]

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