Covid 19 Update

We are here for YOU!

For the safety of our members and staff we are continuing to closely follow the daily developments concerning coronavirus (COVID-19). Unison understands that individuals, families, and businesses have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak and more will continue to be affected. We thank you for your support and we will continue to be here for you and work with you to get through these challenging times. We are here for YOU, please reach out to us at 920-766-6000 if you have any questions or concerns.

Assistance for our Members

Loans and Credit Cards options:

  • Deferred payments
  • Emergency loans
  • Increased credit card limits
  • Modify existing loans to lower payments
  • Waive late charges for credit cards or loans

Assistance for our Business Members

Unison Credit Union is not currently a Small Business Association (SBA) approved lender and thus not able to process Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please feel free to contact Chad at (920)766-6000 ext. 2234 to discuss your individual situation. The links below provide some additional resources:

Temporary Hours

Until further notice, we will continue with our temporary hours. Click here for more information

Business in the “New Normal”

We continue to be here for YOU and your money is safe. Unison Credit Union is insured by NCUA and your deposits are insured up to $250,000 per depositor type. We are still a full-service financial institution that is here to meet your financial needs and goals.

  • Access to your money 24/7 with Online Banking and our Mobile App. You can check your balances, transfer money, deposit a check with mobile check deposit, pay bills and more!
  • Mortgage rates continue to remain at historic lows, making now a great time to discuss refinancing with one of our Member Advisors.
  • Vehicle rates are low if you are dreaming of a new car or boat

Protecting your Identity

Scammers are leveraging the spread of COVID-19 to deceive consumers into making decisions that may expose them to financial and health risk. As a reminder, never give out personal information such as account numbers, Social Security numbers, mother’s maiden names, passwords, PINs, or other identifying information in response to unexpected calls or if you are at all suspicious.  Click here to read more about how you can protect your identity during these times.

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