COVID-19 Letter to All Members

To all of our Vocal Credit Union Members: I hope this letter finds you safe and well.  Serving our community has always been our top priority, and that commitment remains in this time of challenge and change.  Vocal Credit Union is doing all that we can to protect our members and employees, while providing services … Continued

Helping Vocal Members Through the Coronavirus Crisis

On March 12, 2020, Governor Steve Bullock declared a state of emergency for the state of Montana due to the COVID 19 (Corona) Virus. We recognize the enormity of this crisis and its impact on our community. Vocal Credit Union is – and will continue – doing all that we can to protect our members … Continued

The Vocal VISA Stops a Financial Challenge From Becoming a Crisis

Having a credit card on hand can be a great way to treat your family to a spontaneous summer vacation or a dream purchase. It’s also incredibly helpful for unexpected expenses or life’s unforeseen challenges. But if you’re not using a credit card with a low interest rate, you could be setting yourself up for … Continued

Vocal Year in Review 2018

What an amazing and exciting year for me and the rest of my team! In the fall of 2017, Vocal Credit Union acquired a Dutton State Bank branch in White Sulphur Springs! Since then we’ve been extremely busy helping members become familiar with Vocal, transitioning accounts seamlessly, and establishing ourselves within the community. It has … Continued

Tips to Safeguard Your Financial Information

Vocal Credit Union takes the safeguarding of your funds and your personal information very seriously. Here are some things that you can do to help protect your information –  Avoid writing paper checks. When you write a paper check, you are handing someone all of your account information AND your signature.  To help safeguard your … Continued

The Credit Union Difference

What is a credit union? And how is that different than a bank? Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that are among the most stable institutions in America. They exist to serve the needs of their members, who really “own the joint” as voting members, and offer the same types of banking products and services … Continued