How Much Can You Save by Using Westerra?

The average Westerra member saves $491 annually in lower fees and better rates compared to banks.

Total Annual Return to Membership Total Annual Return to Individual Members

Lower Checking Fees

$9.1 million

$261

Lower Loan Rates

$6.9 milliion

$186

Higher Dividend Rates

$416,000

$25

Lower Credit Card Fees

$299,000

$19

Total Value

$16.7 million

$491

Total Annual Return to Membership

Lower Checking Fees

$9.1 million

Lower Loan Rates

$6.9 milliion

Higher Dividend Rates

$416,000

Lower Credit Card Fees

$299,000

Total Value

$16.7 million

Total Annual Return to Individual Members

Lower Checking Fees

$261

Lower Loan Rates

$186

Higher Dividend Rates

$25

Lower Credit Card Fees

$19

Total Value

$491

*Rate Source: DataTrac CUNA. Fee Source: Bank websites as of May 1, 2013

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As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, Westerra is owned by all who have accounts at the credit union.  There are no stockholders – all proceeds are returned to members through higher dividends on savingslower rates on loans, lower fees and enhanced convenience. Your funds stay in Colorado, invested in members through loans for cars, homes, education and other needs. 
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