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What services does Wings Financial Credit Union provide?

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Wings Financial Credit Union's services include checking and savings accounts, mortgages and other loans, two Visa credit card options, online banking and various insurance and investment options. The credit union's education services include home buyer seminars, resources for teachers and online calculators to assist members with various types of financial decisions. In addition to its 17 Minnesota locations, Wings Financial Credit Union has branches in Washington, Georgia, Florida and Michigan, as of 2016.

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Wings Financial personal checking accounts feature free ATM access, no monthly service fees, dividends with no minimum balance requirements and free bill payment services. Related Visa Wing signature check card and Visa debit cards are eligible for cash-back rewards. Savings account options include high-yield, no-risk money manager accounts, certificates of deposit, and retirement and money market accounts. Wings Financial also offers flexible checking and savings account options for small businesses and non-profit organizations, however, all business owners and organizational members must fall within the credit union's membership criteria.

The credit union's Auto Resource Center online services enables members to shop and compare vehicles, research car values and history, request quotes and complete a loan application. Wings Financial also finances home equity, boat, recreational vehicle and personal loans, as well as lines of credit. Its mobile banking services include depositing, a skip-a-loan payment option and account opening from members' smartphones. Members can also check account balances, apply for loans, transfer money and pay bills online.

Membership in Wings Financial Credit Union is open to anyone living or working in the Minneapolis/St. Paul or Seattle/Tacoma metropolitan areas or who works or has worked in the aviation industry. Family members of Wings Financial members are also eligible for membership.

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