It’s National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day!

We have all experienced the ugly Christmas Sweater. Whether it was a gift from a great- aunt or one we created for a themed party. According to the group of students at San Diego State University that created the official website,  National Ugly Read More


Remember Our Veterans

  This Veterans Day, Consumers Credit Union would like to take a moment to thank the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives for the freedom of others. We also want to recognize the families that so generously give up their loved Read More


Boo! The 5 Scariest Purchases You will Ever Make!

Halloween is right around the corner, and while the ghosts and ghouls hanging from the trees in your neighborhood may spook the kids, we know what freaks you out; big-ticket purchases. What scares people when making these decisions is the fear that Read More

Crashing the MCUL Governmental Affairs Conference

This week, I had the opportunity to join Carrie Susemihl and Jennifer Knapp in “crashing” the Michigan Credit Union League’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Lansing. “Crashing?” I hear you wonder. “You mean you busted through security at the Read More

“FAKO” Credit Scores – Useful or Not?

Your credit score evaluates how much risk you present as a borrower and takes into account factors such as your payment history, the amount and type of debt that you owe, and the length of your credit history. The most commonly relied upon credit Read More

Our Online Banking Log-In Has a New Look!

We’ve streamlined our online banking log-in process to make accessing your accounts from your computer quicker and easier, an improvement that many members requested in last fall’s Member Satisfaction Survey. Now when you pull up our home page, Read More

A Tribute To Eva Cole

Relay For Life…Our Personal Stories, Part V

A Tribute To Eva Cole..By Alex Bierlein Naturally, as a 16 year old I had a tendency to sleep in as late as possible during the summer months, but on this particular morning, with the sunrise as a new beacon, I was up and getting ready. It was 6am; I Read More