Make the Switch to Greater Nevada Credit Union


It’s easy to make the switch to Greater
Nevada Credit Union and start living greater! If you don’t understand the
difference between a bank and a credit union you’re not alone. First there are
many things that banks and credit unions have in common. Most offer a variety of
accounting services to save, borrow and manage money. And many credit unions and banks offer ways to bank at a branch, on the phone, online or via mobile. Now
here’s where the difference begins. Banks are for-profit financial institutions
that are owned and controlled by stockholders. Any profits made by banks
are returned back to the stockholder who may or may not be customers of the bank. On the other hand, credit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions
that are member owned. That means that credit unions earnings are returned to
the members in the form of reduced fees, higher savings rates, and lower loan
rates. If you live or work in any county in
Nevada, you’ll be happy to know that you can become a member-owner of Greater
Nevada Credit Union. Members have access to branches throughout northern Nevada
as well as 5,000 shared credit union branches throughout the US. On top of
that, Greater Nevada members enjoy free online and mobile banking and access to
30,000 fee-free ATMs throughout the U.S. When you join Greater Nevada Credit
Union, you’re part of a full service member-owned financial institution
that’s been serving the community since 1949. We’ve been
consistently recognized as both the best financial institution and as a top
employer. On top of all that we’re the title sponsor of Greater Nevada Field in
Reno as well as the official financial services provider for both the Reno Aces
ball club and Reno 1868 FC soccer team. Ready to become a member and owner of
Greater Nevada Credit Union? Visit your local Greater Nevada branch or open your
account online at GNCU.org. We can’t wait to help you start living greater!

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