TAKE A CHANCE AT WINNING A $25 VISA® GIFT CARD NOT ONCE BUT TWO TIMES A MONTH!

 
 

 AFL-CIO EMPLOYEES Federal Credit Union

The Primary Financial Institution for Union Families

TAKE A CHANCE AT WINNING A $25 VISA® GIFT CARD

NOT ONCE BUT TWO TIMES A MONTH!



Here’s How:

Currently not a member?

If you are currently not a member, establish a new membership* with the AFL-CIO Employees FCU and you will be entered to win a $25 VISA® Gift Card.

Already a member?

Refer a new member* to the Credit Union

When a member** of the AFL-CIO Employees FCU refers a new member for membership, you will be entered to win a $25 VISA® Gift Card. To enter, please have the referred new member complete the information on the back and include your first initial and last name. The more new members you refer, the greater your chances of winning. The winning members will be chosen via random drawing on the 15th and the 30th of the month. Referral ballots will not rollover into the next month. The winners will be noticed via email or phone on the 15th and the 30th of the month.

Disclosures:

*A new member is someone that is not already a member with an account in their name. New members must maintain their accounts with the credit union for at least twenty- four (24) months. If the referred member’s account is closed within the 24 months of opening and you were a gift card winner, you will have to return the $25. Joint owners or bene ciaries are not considered “members” and are therefore not eligible for the member referral program. The new member will have to complete the necessary new membership documents and must meet the credit union guidelines for membership. The promotion is subject to change without notice. There is no limit on how many times a member may be a winner. If the credit union is unable to make contact (after three (3) attempts) in 2 days with the winner, another winner will be selected until one is contacted.

** A member is someone who is in good standing at the time of the drawing; no negative account balances and no past due loan payments.
 

James Harrington