Welcome UAW 3212 Union Members!

Welcome UAW 3212 Members and families!


A warm ‘Thank You’ for inviting SourceONE Credit Union into your family.

We are excited to meet and serve each of you.

We know you have options when it comes to your personal finances. We want to be your financial institution.

Explore our website and explore the unique differences and benefits of a credit union over traditional banking services.

For over 85 years, we’ve offered services to the community. We look forward to extending that service to UAW 3212.


Dave Cogozzo, President & CEO

Join the credit union with a direct deposit, get a VISA gift card up to $50!
Once you join, anyone in your family can join!
Auto loans as low as 1.99% Personal loans as low as 10.90%
VISA Credit Cards as low as 10.80% Secured loans as low as 3.35%
Payroll Advance loans
Checking and Savings Accounts
CD’s and IRA’s
And much more!

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Credit Unions are champions of low-income and working class people

Credit Unions are champions of low-income and working class people

Nobel Peace Prize winner, Irish politician John Hume stated, “Before the arrival of the Credit Union, people who were from the poor background or the working class background couldn’t borrow from banks.”

It’s true.  Banks have long been only interested in making a profit and have cut out the poor*.  So the underserved population who couldn’t qualify for loans, pooled their money together and formed Credit Unions.  Credit Unions are non-profits, so they don’t exist to make money.  Banking executives still don’t get it.  Last year Massachusetts saw a rise in Credit Unions members, as they served low income clients.  Banks cried that it was an unfair advantage as recorded in this Boston Globe article.

Credit Unions care about the community they are in.  Why?  The members of the Credit Union are the owners of the Credit Union.

SourceOne Credit Union is proud to be a designated low-income credit union, proudly serving all who live or work in our area.

Become a member and let us serve you!

*Source: “How the Poor Got Cut Out of Banking” by Mehrsa Baradaran, Emory Law Journal

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Millennials are killing Banks…

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Millennials are killing Banks… Business Insider has article online about Millennials killing all kinds of retail type businesses – here’s what they say about banks: Millennials distrust financial establishments and rarely visit physical banks. “There’s a massive shift in consumer behavior and consumer trust,” Rick Yang, a partner at the…

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Credit Union Memberships Are on the Rise – But Why?

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Rise of the Credit Union “In the year to April 2017, credit union memberships rose 4.8% faster than the 3.8% pace set in the year to April 2016, and the fastest pace in in the modern credit union era,” says CUNA Mutual Group, in a new study entitled “2017 Credit Union…

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