Wright-Patt Credit Union recently announced the credit union is reducing and eliminating several fees to provide enhanced value for their members. As prices for life's everyday essentials continue to rise, Wright-Patt Credit Union is focused on helping members keep more of their hard-earned money and improve their Financial Flexibility and Freedom.
“Since our founding in 1932, Wright-Patt Credit Union has always put the needs of our members first," said Tim Mislansky, Wright-Patt Credit Union President and CEO. “As we celebrate 90 years of helping people, we believe lowering these fees will reduce financial stress and anxiety for our members when they carry low balances on their checking accounts, allowing them to keep more of their hard-earned money every time an unfortunate overdraft occurs."
Effective April 6, 2022, fees reduced and eliminated by Wright-Patt Credit Union include:
Personal Account Fees — previously $19, now $9.
Business Account Fees — previously $19, now $9.
Stop Payment Fee — previously $25, now $9.
Non-WPCU Owned ATM Fee — previously $0.60 per transaction, now eliminated. (This does not include the surcharge an ATM owner may charge for use of their machine.)
“Reducing these fees reflects Wright-Patt Credit Union's promise to put our members first, not profits," explained Mislansky. “We will continue to evaluate our fee structures and practices because we're always looking for ways to provide even more relief and peace of mind for our members."
Download the Press Release here.