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What are some Arkansas credit unions?

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Arkansas Federal Credit Union, TruService Community Federal Credit Union, Telcoe Federal Credit Union and Patterson Federal Credit Union are all based in Arkansas, according to Credit Unions of Arkansas. Its website lists approximately 30 Arkansas credit unions and their contact information.

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TruService Community Federal Credit Union has served U.S. Postal Service employees since its charter in 1930, notes its website. This makes it the oldest credit union in Arkansas. Spouses, children and other immediate family of TruService members are allowed to join as long as they reside in Faulkner or Pulaski counties. Checking, savings and retirement accounts are available online and through the Little Rock, North Little Rock and Conway branches.

Arkansas Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1956 by seven Little Rock Air Force Base service members, explains its website. The Jacksonville-based credit union has grown to almost 90,000 members and 15 locations, as of 2015. In addition to Air Force personnel, the credit union serves state employees, federal employees and their families. Services include online banking, mobile banking and business banking.

Telcoe Federal Credit Union was chartered by Southwestern Bell employees in 1950, according to its website. Boasting more than 25,000 members, the credit union is based in Little Rock and has branches in Sherwood and Russellville.

Patterson Federal Credit Union was founded in 1957 to serve employees of a local company that later shut down, notes its website. The credit union was then given a community charter, allowing it to serve all the residents and employees in Clark County.

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