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Do You Need A Fresh Start? Have you been turned down for a checking account?

If you have been declined for a checking account in the past, we have good news. Through a partnership with Apprisen, Autotruck is making it possible for you to once again take advantage of the convenience and financial freedom of a checking account. All you need to do is contact Apprisen and complete their Fresh Start Program. Then bring the certificate of completion to Autotruck and we will open* a checking account for you. It’s that easy! Contact Apprisen today at (800) 355-2227 or visit them at www.apprisen.com for more details.

Feel Overwhelmed With Financial Problems?

If you are having financial problems, rest assured that Autotruck is here to help. We understand the struggles that many of you face. That’s why we have partnered with Apprisen. They have offices throughout the state and are ready to assist Autotruck members in managing debt and getting back on the right financial track. Learn to master the essential skills for successful money management, wise credit use and wealth building. The programs are comprehensive and accredited. You will work with committed, certified counselors who know how to help with your financial problems. Autotruck wants to help you with the tools you need to solve money problems and get on the road to financial freedom.

Call Apprisen today (800) 355-2227.

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Equal Housing Lender National Credit Union Administration This Credit Union is federally-insured by the National Credit Union Administration.
We do business in accordance with the Fair Housing Law and Equal Opportunity Credit Act.