Bank-Beating Credit Cards
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How it works
Fill out our simple one minute application to view offers without damaging your credit.
Now you’re ready to browse offers. Select the loan that works best for you. Once you select an offer we send your application to the credit union for funding.
We make it as easy as possible to help you receive your loan quickly. Prove identity, income, and fill out the loan documents all from the ease of your mobile phone.
The credit union marketplace
What are people saying about us?
- Ashley Radi
I can’t imagine an easier way to get a personal loan. I was approved and ready for funding in 10 minutes.
- Greer Sabathia
MoveCU’s call center and support staff was incredibly helpful. The rates were unbeatable too.
- Carly Crafar
I had no idea credit unions had such great rates. MoveCU made it so easy to apply for a loan and get my money fast.
The Credit Union Advantage
- Lower Fees
Credit unions tend to have lower fees. They sometimes even have fewer fees for typical banking products.
- Community Focus
Because of the membership requirements, credit union members often have similar interests, live in the same geographic region, work closely together or are involved in a common organization. Members generally enjoy being a part of a financial institution that focuses on the needs of consumers just like them.
- Higher Deposits
Unlike for-profit banks, credit unions can give profits back to their members in the form of higher interest rates on products like CDs and savings accounts.
What credit unions lack in geographical footprint they make up for with technology and cooperation. Joining a credit union can give you access to over 30,000 ATMs and 5,000 branch locations across the United States.
Credit unions may go above and beyond to help their members reach financial success through personalized service. Since credit unions are not-for-profit institutions, they can focus on helping members with their individual financial needs.
- Lower Loans
The price to borrow money from a credit union, known as the interest rate or APR, is typically lower than it would be from a bank.