Membership

There are many benefits to being a Progressions Credit Union member, such as receiving competitive rates on loans and investments and paying little to no fees for many of our products and services.  We also offer many convenient services such as Online Banking, Bill Payer, Shared Branching, access to Co-Op (surcharge free) ATM’s and more! 

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To qualify you must:

      • Live, Work, Worship or attends school in the state of Washington; or
      • Work for the United States Postal Service (currently Eastern Washington and all of Idaho).

Qualifying individuals simply need to pay the one time $20 fee (18 and over),  submit an application for membership, and open an account (loan or deposit).

Contact us today about joining!

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The Difference in a Credit Union vs. a Bank:

Credit unions may offer similar financial services that you’ll find at a bank—but that’s where the similarities stop. Here are a few significant differences that make having a credit union account the better option:

 

Credit Unions

Banks

What does this mean?

Not-for-Profit

For-Profit

Credit unions return earnings to members in the form of higher rates on savings, low-to-no fees and lower loan rates—banks exist to earn a profit for stockholders or bank holding companies.

Owned by Members

Owned by Stockholders

Credit unions are not-for-profit and owned by the very people we serve, members just like you. We exist solely to serve our members, not to enrich a group of stockholders.

Financial Cooperative

Corporate Business

Most credit unions work together in a cooperative network that gives members free access to over 28,000 ATMs, along with access to branch locations nationwide. Whereas, banks mainly operate independently and customers must use their branches and ATMs or pay.

Democratically-Elected Volunteer Board of Directors

Paid Board of Directors

Credit unions are run by a volunteer board of directors, who are elected by members. Every member has an equal vote in director elections. Credit unions are democracy in action.