Global Credit Union ready to help members In the event of a government shutdown
SPOKANE, Wash. — With the threat of a U.S. government shutdown once again looming, Global Credit Union is preparing to help members who depend on services that will not be be available in the event of a shutdown.
“Global Credit Union has a rich history of helping our members navigate through the opportunities and challenges of life,” said Jack Fallis, CEO and President. “As a not-for-profit cooperative, we exist to serve our members. It is during difficult times such as government shutdowns and other emergencies that the cooperative financial services model shines.”
The Spokane based credit union says it is prepared to offer the following services to members:
— Credit direct deposit based on prior DFAS direct deposit
— No fee loan extension upon request
— Waive Advantage Pay fee up to Advantage Pay limit
— Non-active duty personnel members affected by the government shutdown have access to an emergency payday 0% APR loan with no payments for 90 days.
Members who expect to be impacted by a Government Shutdown should contact Global Credit Union as soon as possible, to learn more about the available services.
Lawmakers are working to pass a budget deal along with a measure to prevent a government shutdown at midnight Thursday.
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