The financial industry is experiencing a significant increase in fraudulent activities and scamming attempts to access personal account information.
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At Deseret First Credit Union, we invite you to be politically active and participate in our great democracy. While we don’t typically support specific candidates or parties, we always encourage members and employees to let their voices be heard and vote. In addition, we encourage you to become a Member Advocate to support the cause of credit unions!
What is a Member Advocate?
As a member-owner of Deseret First, you can assist with credit union advocacy and political involvement. Help protect the rights of credit union cooperatives from those who strive to take away those privileges with regulations. By becoming a Member Advocate, you will be kept informed of issues or legislation affecting Deseret First and credit unions. You may even be encouraged to write a letter or speak out on behalf of credit unions.
There is always a need to educate our elected officials about the important role credit unions play in our communities. Are you ready to become a Deseret First Member Advocate? Click below to sign up!
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So what does a Member Advocate do?
Communicate with elected officials about the importance of credit unions.
Stay politically informed about legislation that may impact your credit union.
Join other advocates to maintain your rights and privileges as a credit union member.
What makes a DFCU Member Advocate different?
They support DFCU’s mission: to serve the community of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and employer groups. Deseret First strives to do this through excellent service and unique products.
Above all, we care about the way we treat the owners of their credit union. As an account owner, YOU are a member owner. That’s right; you have one share of ownership in Deseret First. Further, we build upon and promote members’ values through our actions. For more information, see DFCU’s Core Values and Guiding Principles in the slideshow.
DFCU provides products and services in harmony with values and principles embraced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
We strive to provide each member with options to meet their specific needs and respective circumstances.
At DFCU, we recognize our responsibility to be active in the communities in which we are located. We love to serve and be involved with our local members and employees.
Our members deserve up-to-date information on the financial issues impacting our members. We are committed to providing valuable education and place an additional emphasis on staff knowledge & development.
DFCU staff and volunteers commit to strict adherence to moral and ethical principles.
Our staff fosters a positive experience to ensure members’ needs are fulfilled. We strive to provide an enjoyable place for staff to work that fosters team spirit, enjoyment, and satisfaction.
DFCU is committed to serving its members in a professional manner. We recognize our responsibility to be sensitive to each member’s circumstances. That’s why we provide complete confidentiality.
DFCU is an advocate of improvement. We respond to market conditions and opportunities that are beneficial to our members and the credit union. Additionally, we actively seek feedback from our members.
The Deseret First Difference
Do you think credit unions and banks are the same? If so, we’ve created this infographic for you. It will help give you a clear comparison of credit unions and banks. Further it includes what we do at Deseret First to stand out from the competition.
Video Dialog Box
The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) has created a series of fun, short videos. This series illustrates the need for regulatory relief. Did you know that excessive regulations intended for Wall Street actually cost local credit unions on Main Street $7.2 billion every year? That’s more than $71 per member.