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Signature Loan Promotion

Make Your Holidays Even Happier!

The Altura Signature Loan is a vital tool for our Members that proves to be especially effective during the holiday season, which can weigh heavily on the wallet. Use the money any way you want and now until December 31st, when you apply for a Signature Loan, you will be automatically entered for a chance to win $1,000. A new winner will be picked EVERY WEEK.* *

Learn more about our $1,000 giveaway below.

Benefits Of Signature Loan

• No payments until 2018 – if financed during promotional period, no payments for 60 days.
• Rates as low as 7.29% APR. *
• Fast Approvals up to $15k
• Skip-A-Pay – You can skip one loan payment every 12 months for a $25 fee (there must be at least 6 consecutive payments made and there cannot be a previous Skip-A-Pay in the past 12 months).* * *
• Additional Discount – .50% loan discount when signed up for payroll direct deposit and automatic payment.

Turn Your Memories Into Money

We all have that special holiday memory that will last a lifetime. Share yours at the URL below and you’ll be entered to win $1,000 in our weekly giveaway.


To view complete contest rules, click here

* APR = Annual Percentage Rate. A $55 loan process fee will be added. Debt to Income Ratio not to exceed 45%. Valid only on Signature Loans. Includes a 0.50% reduction for automatic payment from an Altura Credit Union checking account with payroll direct deposit. No payments for the first 60 days if financed during the promotional period. Interest will accrue until time of first payment. Negative amortization may occur. Promotional period ends December 31, 2017. Other restrictions may apply.

* * No purchase necessary. For all contest rules visit

* * * To qualify for the offer, there cannot be a previous Skip-a-Pay event during the previous 12 month period. Skip-a-Pay has a $25 fee and is available for loans financed through Altura Credit Union and excludes Home Equity or HELOC Loans, and Credit Card Loans.