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So you don't want to save? - Then Don't Join A Credit Union!!

2nd October 2016

You don't want to save so you won't want to read this item about credit unions.

It is easy to do now in Highland and Islands now that Hi-Scot credit union is online with its services for savers and borrowers.

Credit Unions have been around for long time and for those that know about them its one of the best ways to save or to borrow.

So before we bla bla bla here just hop on over to the Hi-Scot web site for yourself.
www.hi-scot.com

If you have been thinking about it for a long time then it is well past time you joined for savings with a better than almost zero return. While you are there check out the free life insurance. Loans are easy.

All savings are protected to the same limits as any bank.

But the Credit Union is owned by members and is not for profit and any profits are reinvested or returned as an annual dividend to members.

Check Hi-Scot Credit Union for Highland and Islands. www.hi-scot.com

If you live elsewhere just Google Credit Union and your town.

www.hi-scot.com

 

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