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    Let's put a dent in hunger. We'll make a donation to cover 10 meals, to either the Los Angeles Regional Feed Bank or Three Square Food Bank in Las Vegas, for every SCE Credit Union Auto Loan funded during this promo.

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    Statement Inserts

    October 01, 2022 | Statements

    Here are your monthly statement inserts.

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    Meet Michelle

    October 01, 2022 | Meet Our People

    I’m the Branch Manager at the Sahara Branch in Nevada. I really love my job! I get to work with a fantastic group of dedicated team members who are genuinely invested in providing our members with great service.

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    Holiday Schedule

    October 01, 2022 | Events

    SCE FCU branches will be closed on the following days. You still have access to your accounts 24/7 through Online & Mobile Banking or FastLine phone teller at 800.866.6575.

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    Imagine your greatest goals within reach. Together, we can create a strategy to help make fulfilling those dreams a reality - one that can guide you forward on the path to success.

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    Your car, your home... even that cute little thumb. Give us 5 minutes and we’ll see if we can save you some money on all your insurance needs!

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    Purchase or refinance your home with lower initial rates using an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM), that adjusts with the current market index instead of a fixed rate that remains the same...

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    When you’re standing at the cash register at a chain store, it’s almost inevitable the salesperson will make a pitch for you to sign up for a store card. It’s easy to be tempted by the discount, but a store card isn’t a coupon. Before you get one, it’s a good idea to consider the following factors:

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    When you take out a loan or apply for a credit card, your lender will determine the annual percentage rate (APR) you'll pay. You may be offered a fixed rate or variable rate, or you may be able to choose between the two. Learning the differences can help you understand your interest charges and, in some cases, help you choose the option best for you.

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    When you close an account, it may not be removed from your credit report immediately. This is true whether the closed account is a credit card or an installment loan.