Member Survey

Give Feedback and Enter to Win $250!

Survey open November 7th – 24th

Each year we invite members to provide feedback on what we’re doing well and what we can do better. We take your suggestions and input into consideration when planning initiatives to improve your credit union.

At the end of the survey, you can provide your name and contact information for a chance to win a $250 Visa Gift Card as our “thank you” for your participation.

The survey is open now and closes on November 24th.

Begin the survey!

info@usacu.org | (503) 275-0300 or (800) 452-0915, option 3.

*Please note: we will only contact the winner and your contact information will not be connected to your survey responses. You must be at least 18 years of age to enter. Current employees and volunteers are not eligible to win. One entry per member.

Simple Cards. Big Savings.

With a USAgencies Visa Card

There’s nothing worse than finding a hidden fee or extra small, confusing fine print on your credit card statement when the shopping season is over. That’s just a terrible way to begin the new year. Well, with a USAgencies Visa® Card in your pocket, you don’t ever have to worry about that.

We have a variety of simple, low or no fee cards, with very competitive interest rates. You won’t find higher rates for balance transfers or fees for cash advances. Nope – just a “what you see is what you get” kinda Visa card.

Shop with greater confidence this year – apply online for a USAgencies Visa Card today or connect with Lending Services: loans@usacu.org | (503) 275-0300 or (800) 452-0915, option 2.

Holiday Youth CD

8.30% APY* for 3-months

Give the gift of savings to a youngster in your life with a Holiday Youth Certificate of Deposit.

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Details of the CD:
*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. For ages 0-17.
Minimum
balance to open and earn APY is $100.
Interest is
compounded and credited monthly. Maximum deposit for CD is $500. One Holiday Youth CD per youth membership. 

Open this special CD:
info@usacu.org | (503) 275-0300 or (800) 452-0915, option 3.

Skip-a-Payment

And benefit local kids

Take a much needed break from your loan or loans at USAgencies this holiday season. For just $20 per loan, you can skip the payment and free up some cash in your budget. Plus, during the months of November and December, USAgencies will donate the skip-a-payment fee to Credit Unions for Kids, benefiting Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

Note: some loans do not qualify for the skip-a-payment program. Details can be found on the Skip-a-Payment Request Form or connect with Lending Services: loans@usacu.org | (503) 275-0300 or (800) 452-0915, option 2.

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Mortgage Services

Reminder: we can help with all your home lending needs.

When the time is right for a new home, a refinance, or perhaps an investment property, you don’t need to look any further than the expert help at USAgencies. Our focus is you – what your needs are, what your individual circumstances are, and what kind of mortgage would make the most sense for you.

As you start a home search, begin here with us.EqualLender

Learn more about Mortgage Services at USAgencies.

Great Toy Drive

Benefiting local kids, in partnership with KGW and Portland Pedal Power

USAgencies would like to extend an invitation to our members to participate in a toy drive. This year, as in past years, we’ve partnered with KGW for their Great Toy Drive.

Here’s how it will work:

  1. Buy a new, unwrapped toy.
  2. Toys can be dropped off at the credit union at 95 SW Taylor Street, Portland by December 10th. Our friends at Portland Pedal Power are our official delivery team for the toy drive – they’ll be picking up all the donations from the credit union and delivering them to the KGW studio via bicycle!
  3. USAgencies will match each donation we collect, toy for toy!

Questions: giving@usacu.org | (503) 275-0321 or (503) 275-0346.

Thank you so much for helping us! Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

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