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In the aftermath of the damaging November windstorm across the Inland Northwest, STCU is offering emergency financing to anyone affected.

Apply for the STCU Get-it-fixed Loan, with rates as low as 1.99% APR for 48 months.* No collateral is necessary for this loan, making it a quick way for you to finance emergency repairs and other needs.

To apply, call (800) 858-3750

...or visit any STCU branch location.

The STCU Get-it-fixed Loan is for emergency financing and available through December 18, 2015. You do not need to be an existing member to qualify for this loan.

  • Home or property damage repair
  • Tree removal
  • Insurance deductible
  • Recovery of personal property
  • Generators 
  • Medical or emergency assistance

The November 17 windstorm disrupted power to 380,000 people, closed schools, and caused extensive property damage, injury, and death. STCU offers its condolences to the families and friends of those affected.?

*STCU Get-it-fixed Loan terms and disclosures.
APR = annual percentage rate.
The STCU Get-it-fixed Loan rates are effective for completed applications received at STCU offices Wednesday, November 18, 2015, through Friday, December 18, 2015, and includes a .25% discount for automatic payment from an active STCU savings or checking account. Other rates and terms may apply depending on the individual credit worthiness of each applicant. Rates are subject to change without notice.
Payment example: If you borrowed $2,500, your payment would be $54.50 a month based on a 2.24% APR, 48-month loan.

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