Community Credit Union

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347 Willow St, Truro, NS B2N 5A6

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As a full-service financial institution, Community Credit Union has over four thousand owners and approximately fifty million in assets. We understand you better because at Community Credit Union , you’re an owner and that means understanding the best way to service you is our first priority. Our complete, attractive package of products and services will allow you to meet your everyday banking requirements as well as assist you in planning for your future security. We offer loans, mortgages, chequing, MasterCard products, RRSPs, RESPs, Internet Banking, market-driven investments, retirement planning and much more. In our 28 year history, Community Credit Union has grown to offer all the services an owner requires through innovation and response to owners’ needs. Becoming an owner is a good investment. It’s a better way to handle your finances because you have a voice. Because you’re an owner, understanding you is important to us. Understanding you means that we are committed to providing you with the products, services and skills that will help you reach your life goals. It’s a better way because our primary objective is serving you. Your share requirement is $100.00 on deposit in your Share account. This $100.00 is yours and will stay on deposit with Community Credit Union for as long as you are an owner. Choose a financial institution where the very ownership structure is designed to service your needs in the best way and where there is a real commitment to providing you with the skills and information you need to help you realize your financial goals. For further information, and to answer any questions you may have, please call us at Marystown 709-279-3510, Witless Bay 709-334-2170, or Hermitage 709-883-2135.

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