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Credit Union gives $100K cash back
LIVE OAK -- Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is awarding its Wilson County members more than $100,000 in cash back, based on their 2012 debit card usage.
Members received these rewards based on their usage of the Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union Freedom Check Card, a debit card that pays 10 cents cash back on every purchase made. According to credit union leaders, the program stands out from those offered by other financial institutions, because no fees or charges are attached to the ability to earn cash back.
“We don’t charge annual fees or make our members jump through hoops,” said Sonya McDonald, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union’s senior vice president of planning and market development. “We seek to offer them value and convenience with our debit card program, rewarding their loyalty and helping them to save money and earn money at the same time.”
The credit union’s reward program has grown each year since its inception in 2007. Including this year’s $7 million in total rewards, the credit union has returned more than $29 million to members through the cash-back checking program.
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