FAQ’s

  • What impact will this merger have on my accounts? Your accounts will remain safe and secure within the same federally insured agency, National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, NCUSIF to at least $250,000 for regular deposits and $250,000 for IRAs.
  • Will there be changes to how I access my accounts? UNCLE Credit Union and Allied Credit Union share the same core processor, so there will be minimal impact and learning curve.
  • How can I learn more about UNCLE? Please visit their website at UNCLECU.org.
  • What are the benefits to me as a member? Enhanced products and services with additional resources to dedicate to safety, security and increasing your member value.
  • Will I remain a member owner? Yes! Credit unions are cooperatives and there will be no change to the business model.
  • Should I expect to see new people and faces? Your current team at Allied Credit Union is looking forward to the opportunity to continue to serve you. And, yes, you will be seeing new faces equally dedicated to providing a personal touch that demonstrates the credit union difference.
  • Why UNCLE? The Board of Directors engaged in thorough analysis of potential business partners and UNCLE’s dedication to members, their team and engagement within the communities they serve were deciding factors. The enhanced products and services are an advantage as well!
  • Who can I call to get more information? Please contact Frank Michael, CEO of Allied Credit Union, with questions at fmichael@alliedcu.org.
  • When will I receive my ballot? You will receive a Notice of Special Meeting, which will include a ballot, to be held on March 5, 2018 at Allied Credit Union, 2131 W March Lane, Stockton, CA. If you cannot attend, please complete and mail the ballot so that it is received no later than March 5th.
  • If the Board has already entered into a merger agreement, why do I still need to vote? Since Allied Credit Union is a member-owned cooperative, the members have final approval of the merger. It is your organization, and you have a say in what happens to it.