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Use Online Banking Bill Pay to make payments to virtually anyone, anytime with no fee! Check out this easy to follow how to guide to see how to pay your bills. The new look is coming, February 23rd!
Thank you for being part of our Consumers Family! Here you will find the forms you need to close old accounts elsewhere and move your money to Consumers. We've made setting up direct deposit and automatic withdrawals easy! Download our Switch Kit
"Over the river and through the woods—or wherever this Christmas finds you—you want to be able to access your accounts on the go," says Tim Kosak, Consumer Lending Manager at Consumers Credit Union. Online and mobile tools make it possible. Watch
Consumers Credit Union values sustainability, in addition to saving our members time and money. This is why we make it convenient to bank green, saving trees and fuel. Here are the top 5 ways you can make your banking habits more environmentally
Here at Consumers, 2013 is a year of infrastructure and technology enhancements. We are pleased to introduce Mobile Bill Pay and advances that make online loan application more convenient. Mobile Bill Pay Now you can take care of your bill
Are you tired of banks changing names, services, or just plain closing? Consumers has been serving West Michigan for over sixty years, and while we've seen many other financial institutions change hands, names, and policies, our mission has stayed
Let’s face it. Your checking account is the center of your banking experience. Consumers is proud to bring you options for checking that save you money (Seriously Free Checking) or earn you money (Interest Checking). With your Consumers checking
According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, close to one-fifth of consumers with checking accounts considered switching to a new financial institution in the last year. But many who want to switch, don’t – simply because transferring accounts