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Frontwave Credit Union Supports Members During Government Shutdown

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Oceanside, CA: Frontwave Credit Union continues to provide support for government employees that are affected by the most recent shutdown. The credit union has a history of offering innovative programs to help families and individuals stay on their feet and to keep their finances in order whenever government payrolls are disrupted. For Members affected by the most recent government shutdown, Frontwave Credit Union is offering government shut down loans and penalty free loan extensions or skip-a-payments. Frontwave remains committed to working with members to find solutions that will help them stay financially stable during challenging times. Any affected members are encouraged to visit frontwavecu.com/govshutdown or call 800.736.4500 to learn more.
“A government shutdown doesn’t just affect the government, it affects the lives and wallets of the hard-working men and women that serve our community and country,” said Bill Birnie, President and CEO of Frontwave Credit Union. “That’s why we’re 100% committed to fight for our members through these uncertain times.”

About Frontwave Credit Union … Frontwave Credit Union is a member-owned not-for-profit financial institution serving San Diego, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties. Frontwave Credit Union provides a portfolio of financial products and services including checking and savings accounts, auto loans, mortgage loans, credit cards, home equity loans, and financial planning. Forged in 1952 as Camp Pendleton Federal Credit Union in Oceanside, California, Frontwave has grown from 8 civil service employee members and $40 in assets to more than 87,000 members that manages more than $840 million in assets. To learn more, visit frontwavecu.com.

2454 Vista Way, Oceanside, CA · (800) 736-4500


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