Fulfilling our role as your financial partner goes hand-in-hand with protecting the health of you, our members, our staff and the communities in which we live and operate. We are taking steps to prevent the spread of infectious viruses. For these reasons, and in accord with guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) we have limited lobby traffic by adjusting hours and accepting members by appointment only. We strongly encourage members to conduct financial transactions electronically as much as possible to help avoid any spread.
For members who are experiencing financial hardship, we offer products and services that can help during this difficult time!
Auto Purchase and Refinance Deferred Payment
Home Equity Line of Credit
SUN Credit Union members can request to skip loan payments to help ease some burden.
Expanded Account Access
Enjoy SUN Credit Union no fee checking accounts with free mobile services! Pay your bills, deposit checks and transfer money quickly and conveniently from your mobile device. As always, SUN Credit Union members have free access to Publix Presto Network ATM’s and for the time being we are also waiving SUN Credit Union Out-of-Network ATM fees to make access to cash even more convenient.
SUN Credit Union encourages our members to contact us for assistance with loan payments, debt consolidation loans, or balance transfers. If you are not a member, please give us a call at 954.967.4441 to speak with a Member Service Representative about joining today!
I would like to also point out that there are those that look to take advantage of you. We urge you to be cautious. The Federal Trade Commission has provided a resource: www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2020/02/coronavirus-scammers-follow-headlines
We will monitor developments and provide updates as they relate to SUN Credit Union on our website and social media. Please stay safe and be assured we are here for you.
Patrick J. Mason
Most people rely on credit cards for daily purchases at the grocery store, gas pump, and preferred shopping spots. Though convenient, the reality is that credit cards often come with fees. In fact, Americans collectively pay millions of dollars in credit card fees every year. If you aren’t familiar with these fees, SUN Credit Union in Hollywood, Florida, can help break them down for you. Our staff has gathered information on some of the most common fees people face and how to avoid them. We look forward to saving you money in the coming year!
It’s that time of year, again, when those of us with high school seniors have daunting decisions at hand. College acceptance letters are rolling in and, naturally as parents, our thoughts turn to finance. For those of us with seniors heading off to college next year, our planning days are near an end and implementation is at hand.
For many folks, saving money can be a daunting task, but in truth, it does not have to be complicated. Fortunately, there are many tools available to simplify this task. One of the current favorites is the 52-Week Money Challenge.
Your credit report is one of the most important documents that your credit union will be reviewing when you apply for a mortgage. Your credit history is reviewed to determine your “credit worthiness” as part of the loan approval or “underwriting” process.
When you are purchasing a new home, refinancing your existing home, or simply taking a home equity loan, one of the key questions that any lender has to ask concerns the value of your home.
If credit card payments make up a big portion of your expenses, paying off debt might be one of the first ways you can save money. High-interest credit card debt is expensive to keep around. That’s probably why more than 30% of New Year’s resolutions are related to getting out of debt and saving money, so 2019 is your year to get out of debt! Here are some tips on how you can make a successful resolution to become debt free.
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