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1010 Refer A Friend and Earn Cash!

To celebrate our new Golden Branch at 1010 Johnson Road, all Credit Union of the Rockies members have TWO opportunities to refer friends and family and EACH earn up to $101.00!

NEW MEMBER SIGN UP
If existing CUR member “refers a friend” and they:

• Open a new checking account by July 31, 2017
• Sign up for direct deposit with three deposits of $500 or more each within 90 days of opening
• Sign up for a debit card
• Sign up for eStatements

New member AND referred member will EACH receive $50.50

EARN MORE


NEW MEMBER CREDIT CARD BALANCE TRANSFER
No balance transfer fee * Rate as low 2.99% APR*
If existing CUR member “refers a friend” and the new member:

  • Completes a single $1,500 minimum balance transfer of existing credit card debt to a new CUR MasterCard credit card by July 31, 2017

New member AND referred member will EACH receive $50.50

Existing member must complete a “referral slip” for the friend or family referral and bring in to any of the Credit Union of the Rockies three branch locations in Golden, Frisco or Granby.

DOWNLOAD MEMBER REFERRAL SLIP

Disclosures
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. New member must meet membership qualifications. All balance transfer transactions are subject to credit approval. Credit card rate to be as low as 2.99% (depending on credit) for six months. After promotional period, standard rates apply based on qualifications. Rate discount applies to new money transferred over to Credit Union of the Rockies only. All rates and offers subject to change. Balance transfer promotional rate will accrue interest from the date the transfer is posted to your account. Balance transfers but be on new CUR credit card and not applied to existing card balance.  CUR may stop offering this promotional rate for new balance transfers at any time and without prior notice. Certain restrictions apply. This offer is non-transferrable. Member should continue to make all required payments until confirmation has been received that balance transfer has occurred. Cash earned is considered interest income and will be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. Please see your tax advisor with questions.