Deseret First Credit Union invites you to become a Member Advocate and protect your ability to have credit union membership.
What is a Member Advocate?
Advocate: Someone who stands up for, supports, or recommends a cause or policy.
DFCU Member Advocate: Someone who supports DFCU’s mission to serve the LDS Community by building upon and promoting LDS morals and values. DFCU strives to do this through products and services offered and the way we treat the owners of the credit union (YOU)! See DFCU’s Core Values and Guiding Principles to see how we build upon and promote LDS Values in our actions along with Services and Products.
Credit Union Member Advocate: Someone who stands up for and supports the credit union movement. One who publically defends and promotes credit unions vs. banks. Someone who believes a credit union is owned by the members of the credit union and that those owners have a say in what direction the credit union goes. Someone who wants to protect their rights as a credit union owner from the government and others who strive to take those rights and privileges away with regulations.
Join us and become a Member Advocate!
As a Member Advocate you will be able to:
- Communicate with elected officials about the importance of credit unions.
- Stay politically informed about legislation that may impact your credit union.
- Join with other advocates to maintain your rights and privileges as a credit union member.
To become a Member Advocate please contact Trena Anderson, VP Marketing, and give her your information: Trena.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you know that excessive regulations intended for Wall Street actually cost local credit unions on Main Street $7.2 billion every year? More than $71 per member. Click here to learn more.
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