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Protect Your Loans

Posted on: November 9th, 2012 by General Credit Union No Comments

Whether you’re taking out a loan to make home improvements or buy a vehicle, it can be a financial gamble because things happen…life happens. You’re betting you can pay back your loan and you won’t lose your job (to no fault of your own), or become disabled (due to injury or illness), or pass away, leaving your family responsible for your loan balance. Life events can cause financial hardship, making bill-paying difficult. You don’t want delinquent payments and defaulted loans to cause you to lose your assets, negatively impact your credit rating, or cause financial distress for your family.

 

Payment Protection

Payment Protection can help safeguard your loan – and give you peace of mind. It’s help you can count on when you need it most. And it’s convenient, affordable and easy to qualify. Act today and protect your loan every time you borrow. Click here for more information.

 

 

 

Route 66 Extended Warranty

What would you do without your car? How would you pay for mechanical repairs during this tough economic time? These are hard questions, but very important ones. That’s why Route 66 Extended Vehicle Warranty has a complete line of coverage designed to keep your vehicle on the road. No matter where you travel in the United States, Route 66 will protect you against major mechanical expenses, and there is NO DEDUCTIBLE on covered parts or labor. All plans come with a rental car allowance and 24 hour 7 days a week emergency roadside assistance. Click here to learn more.

 

GAProtection

Protect your vehicle, boat, or motorcycle with Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) insurance. If your vehicle were to be stolen or damaged beyond repair in a major accident, this valuable coverage pays the balance of your General Credit Union loan that your insurance company may not cover. A low, one-time payment protects you for the life of your loan. Click here for more details or email our VP of Lending at nancy@gencu.org.