As you hopefully already know, Verity Credit Union offers great rates on loans. And during June and July, we’re making those rates even better!
Verity’s Drive Happy promotion is back. If you transfer your auto, boat or RV loan to Verity before July 31, we can lower your rate by up to 1% APR.* Plus, depending on your credit score, we can push your first payment out for up to 90 days. That would mean you wouldn’t have to pay on the loan until this fall.
An average person saves $800 when they switch their auto loan to Verity.** Combine that savings with no payments for up to three months, and just think about what you could with that extra money in your wallet this summer. Maybe you can take the kids to the water park or enjoy that extra happy hour drink. Or maybe you can even get out of town for a few days.
Learn more and apply at veritycu.com/drivehappy.
While this offer is only available for refinancing loans, be sure to check out our current rates for new and used vehicles when you’re looking to upgrade your ride this summer.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate and payment deferral dependent upon credit worthiness.
**Based on a $25,000 loan at 1% APR lower rate over 72 month term, the average person saves $800.
Hi, I’m Kira. I joined Verity in early 2012 after a seven-year stint as a newspaper reporter. While I never thought my career path would veer off in this direction, I am loving my time at Verity. I recently moved from being a member services representative at the Alderwood Branch to being the marketing coordinator for the credit union.
I’m originally from Texas, but I have lived all over the country and the world, including Boston, Massachusetts, Anchorage, Alaska and Sydney, Australia. But in all my travels, the Pacific Northwest is the only place that has felt like home.
When not at work, I am usually home with playing with my son, husband, dog and three cats. During the rare times I don’t have a to-do list to plow through (and it’s not raining too hard), I can be found digging in the vegetable garden, training for a half-marathon, or grilling in the backyard.