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Community involvement is a cornerstone of DCCU’s values and River Food Pantry has become a favorite place for staff volunteering. Our DCCU Cares group has helped there nearly handful of times. After the last visit we asked a few of our volunteers about their experience. Continue reading Community Involvement: Volunteering At River Food Pantry
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Title: An exciting new experience from Dane County Credit Union.
The technology of tomorrow is here today. Introducing a new and exciting teller experience for you – Interactive Teller Machines.
So…what is that? It’s technology with a personal touch. We’re redefining your teller experience at the East Washington Avenue branch of DCCU. It’s like an ATM that you can interact with. Think of it like video chatting and on the other side of the screen is one of our friendly and familiar DCCU staff people. They’ll help you with deposit, withdrawal or payment transactions.
The new teller experience is faster, simpler and more secure. You’ll enjoy greater privacy, more efficiency and less waiting time because there are no deposit slips to fill out.
Just touch the screen to get started and one of our friendly staff will be there to guide you along the way. Plus our member service staff is still in the branch to assist you.
We’re here to make life easier for YOU!
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