DuTrac’s Member Advantage

Member Advantage +90

Any DuTrac member, at any time, can move any secured consumer loan(s) you have with another lender to DuTrac and receive an interest rate discount of up to or more than…

1% less interest than you’re currently paying* – PLUS – for a limited time only…
90 Days NO Payments on every loan you transfer!

Receive up to 1%* less interest than you’re currently paying for the remaining term of any secured consumer loan(s). If DuTrac’s standard rate is even lower, you’ll receive the lower rate. Free up additional cash for a home project or a fall getaway by making no payments on the loan(s) you transfer for 90 days. ** Lowering payment(s) and making cash available has never been easier.

Make the move to DuTrac today! Call (800) 475.1331 to speak with a financial services consultant or email: members@DuTrac.org!

* Membership in DuTrac Community Credit Union is a condition of this offer. To qualify for membership, certain eligibility requirements must be met. Member Advantage offer applies to any secured consumer loans brought in to DuTrac Community Credit Union from another financial institution. Loan approval is subject to DuTrac’s normal underwriting guidelines and some restrictions apply. Borrower’s credit score must be 640 or higher at the time of the loan application. ** Loan payments must be current and standard credit criteria apply. Interest will continue to accrue at the stated loan Annual Percentage Rate (APR) during the 90-day payment deferral period. First loan payment must cover interest due. Does not apply to real estate, home equity, business loans, credit cards, share secured loans or lines of credit. Your savings may vary depending on remaining balance, term of the loan and APR you are currently paying. Contact a financial services consultant for the current minimum rate available for this program. Member Advantage +90 is a limited time offer. Only applications dated on and between April 24, 2020 and June 30, 2020 will be given consideration for this offer.

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