First Alliance Credit Union announces their member, Heather S. of Dodge Center, won $5,000 by participating the innovative savings program, WINcentive® Savings. This program was a state-wide credit union program that has gained attention for it's unique approach to helping CU members save more money.
“This is probably about how much I lost in income due to the shut downs.” Shared Heather in response to winning. “This is huge, it’s a godsend for me.”
Watch Heather's reaction to winning $5,000 with WINcentive!
About the WINcentive® Savings
The WINcentive® Savings program incentivizes credit union members to save regularly by offering risk-free rewards. WINcentive cash prizes are offered on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis, ranging from $100 to $5,000. For each $25.00 increase in their monthly balance account holders can qualify for up to 4 chances per month. The more money that is saved, the more chances for winning a cash prize.
“WINcentive is helping hundreds of our members to build and maintain their first ever committed saving account.” said Lisett Comai-Legrand, Director of Marketing and Product Management at First Alliance Credit Union. “WINcentive is a risk-free way to build up a rainy-day savings account by making savings manageable and fun for members of all ages.”
First Alliance Credit Union has been providing its members access to this innovative saving program since 2016. First Alliance Credit Union members have saved over $434,500 in total through the WINcentive Savings program, with an average savings per person of nearly $1,200.
Don't miss a chance to save and win, you can open a WINcentive Savings account at First Alliance Credit Union today.
About First Alliance Credit Union
First Alliance Credit Union is full service financial institution with five locations in South East Minnesota. Membership is open to everyone who lives, works, worships, owns a business or attends school in Olmsted, Winona, Wabasha, Dodge and Goodhue counties.
® WINcentive is a registered trademark of the Minnesota Credit Union Network