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Congratulations to our 2020 Auto Loan Payoff winner

Posted 8 months ago

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Congratulations to Jessica Magda of Medina, the winner of our 2020 Auto Loan Payoff Sweepstakes!

Everyone who refinanced their auto loans from another lender at MedFed during 2020 was automatically entered to win the Auto Payoff Sweepstakes up to $30,000.

Medina County Federal Credit Union randomly picked a finalist each month from that month's qualified entrants. On January 7, 2021, MedFed randomly selected Jessica from the 12 finalists.

Although the Payoff Sweepstakes has ended, you can still refinance your auto loan from another lender and get a new low rate and no payments for 60 days. You can apply and sign online at MedFed.com, call (330) 334-1023, or visit us at one of our three branches.

Rates are as low as 3.99% APR*, there are no application fees, and no early termination fees.

Everyone who lives, works, or attends chirch or school in Medina County is eligible to join MedFed and enoy the many benefits of membership. Family members of current credit union members can also join.

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Bauer Financial gives MedFed its highest 5-Star Superior Rating for 103 consecutive quarters

Posted 5 years ago

Bauer Financial, the nation’s leading independent bank and credit union rating and research firm, has again recognized Medina County Federal Credit Union as one of the strongest financial institutions in the nation with a Five-Star Superior Rating.

Bauer has recommended MedFed for 103 consecutive quarters. Less than 8% of the nation’s banks can claim the distinction of this level of repeated 'Recommended' status.

To earn Bauer’s Five-Star Superior Rating, MedFed must excel in areas of Capital Adequacy, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, Delinquent Loan Levels, Profitability and other criteria of stability and success.

"We are proud of our continued Superior ratings, especially because they recognize the value that MedFed delivers to our member/owners in Medina County," said President/CEO Pete Grimm. "As a cooperative community credit union, our 'profit' is returned to our members in the form of better rates and improved services. Our staff and board of directors work very hard to provide a secure place in Medina County for loans, savings and financial services."

Only 58 percent of credit unions in Northeast Ohio are recommended, according to Bauer Financial.

Among the 109 credit unions in Northeast Ohio that were evaluated, 36 percent have the top five-star rating for financial strength, and 22 have a four-star rating. Bauer considers those to be "superior" and "excellent," and recommends them to consumers.

It should be noted that Bauer didn't rate 32 percent of the credit unions in Northeast Ohio, either because they have less than $1.5 million in assets or are privately insured, instead of being insured by the National Credit Union Administration.

"One of the great benefits of being a credit union member is that you are also an owner," Paul Mercer, president of the Ohio Credit Union League, told The Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Credit unions are undoubtedly safe and sound. And, the beauty of the member-owner model is that if a member is curious about the financial well-being, they are empowered to inquire with the CEO or a volunteer board member at any time."

BauerFinancial, of Coral Gables, Florida, the nation’s leading independent bank and credit union rating and research firm, has been reporting on and analyzing the performance of U.S. banks and credit unions since 1983. No institution pays BauerFinancial to rate it, nor can any choose to be excluded. Consumers may obtain star-ratings by visiting www.bauerfinancial.com.

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Credit Unions earn highest marks ever received by an industry in new Consumer Reports Buying Guide

Posted 5 years ago

Medina County Federal Credit Union is proud to note that America's credit unions received among the highest marks for service that Consumer Reports has ever given to an industry in the magazine’s recent financial services series “Bank & Credit Union Buying Guide.”

The magazine recommends consumers use their local credit unions for auto loans, checking, savings and many other financial services.

“Credit unions are among the highest-rated services we’ve ever evaluated, with 93% of their customers highly satisfied, on average, vs. 69% for the four biggest national banks,” said Jeff Blyskal of Consumer Reports. “That satisfaction is driven by good customer service, not surprising when you consider that credit unions are owned and managed by their members."

Consumer Reports was clear in recommending credit unions for your next auto loan: "Choose a credit union for a car loan, because those institutions often offer the lowest rates--another good reason to join one. Get prequalified before you shop."

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