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Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 4:28 PMConsumers Credit Union (IL) - Details
4,09% Rate ENDS June 30 2012
RicochetRicochet135 posts since
Jan 19, 2010
Rep Points: 367
1. Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 4:38 PM
I would be willing to be it will be more than CHASE OR BofA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or 90% of the banks out there.

If you need a referral for Consumers, let me know.

I PAY A HIGHER BONUS, in addition to the $50.00 that Consumers pays, THAN ANYONE ELSE. I am currently paying an ADDITIONAL $22.00.

Contact me at: or PM

pdxmalepdxmale91 posts since
Jul 11, 2010
Rep Points: 271
2. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Ricochet, you just had to do it, didn't you.  You had to start a meaninglsss thread which gave the Spammer of the Year one more chance to advertise his big bonus deal. What were you thinking? The obvious answer to your question is that the rate will go down.  How much? Do you really think any of us have crystal balls?

So just sit back, enjoy your 4% interest while it lasts, and have a back up RCA where you can move your money when CCU drops its rate to an intolerable level.
dunkerdunker136 posts since
Jun 11, 2010
Rep Points: 414
3. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 10:28 AM

I dont have an acct with them.

In the post of Sierra he brought up the rate and the commercial, which was out of place for that thread. Just wanted to let folks know the rate was being cut, so they wouldnt be led to believe the rate was going to be around long.

I wish there was still a DOWN Thumb.
RicochetRicochet135 posts since
Jan 19, 2010
Rep Points: 367
4. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 11:40 AM
Didn"t know that you had an INSIDE track to Consummers CU. I didn't know that a rate cut was CERTAIN. Thier promise is that the rate will remain at 4.09% through AT LEAST June.

While it seems reasonable to ASSUME that it will go down, it may very well, not.

My point was that even IF it drops --- I am sure it will still be higher than MOST of the other SAFE places to put $10K.

For many people that is all they have to put into a rainy day fund, so it is a way to get as much as they can on the money that they have.
pdxmalepdxmale91 posts since
Jul 11, 2010
Rep Points: 271
5. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 1:21 PM
Everyone elses point is that your posts are getting old and they would like you to stop please.
schris413schris4138 posts since
Sep 29, 2010
Rep Points: 38
6. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 3:31 PM
If you have any questions regarding opening your account or their referral program please email me at
billtrollbilltroll2 posts since
Mar 14, 2012
Rep Points: 2
7. Tuesday, March 20, 2012 - 10:24 AM
Unfortunate: in July, CCU rates and tiers will change to the following:

3.09% APY on balances up to $5000

0.2% APY on balances above $5000

I'll probably still join to get the Member to Member bonus, but I thought that everyone would probably like to know.
slyde56slyde563 posts since
Mar 20, 2012
Rep Points: 25