Now Is the Time to Tell Others about ECCU!

Evangelical Christian Credit Union (ECCU) members have always been the best ones to promote the benefits of banking with a ministry-focused financial cooperative. Now it’s easier than ever for ministry and individual members to tell their peers about ECCU.

Besides the satisfaction of seeing others experience the benefits of membership, ECCU members may now be eligible to receive a referral cash bonus for each friend, family member, or ministry that becomes a first-time ECCU member and fulfills all the terms1 of this referral program.

In addition to the benefits of membership, referred individuals and ministries can take advantage of certain savings account opportunities.

For ministries, the Cash Reserves Savings Account2 is a great way for a new ministry to get started. In recent years, ministries have been learning why reserves are so important—giving fluctuates and expenses vary. Cash reserves can help bridge these inevitable gaps, and this account is designed to help ministries build that bridge.

For individuals, the On-Purpose Savings account2 is an ideal way to begin ECCU membership.

And besides the benefits already mentioned, both individuals and ministries have the added assurance that their deposits are always used to support evangelical ministries and missionary members worldwide, never for causes contrary to Scripture.

Individuals interested in referring their friends or family can do so at www.eccu.org/consumer-referral. Individuals and those who are on the staff of member ministries can refer their ministry peers at www.eccu.org/ministry-referral. Each referred ministry or individual will receive a brief email explaining who recommended them and how to join ECCU. They’ll also learn about the appropriate savings account for them.

 

¹ Additional terms and conditions apply. Please visit www.eccu.org/ministry-referral or www.eccu.org/consumer-referral for the complete terms of these referral offers.

² Savings are federally insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency, and are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.