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Alliance Credit Union providing 'shut down relief' loans
Monday, January 14, 2019 6:50 AM

In the midst of a three-week government shutdown, many Americans find themselves facing the reality that they will not receive a paycheck tomorrow. Alliance Credit Union is providing “Shut Down Relief” loans to anyone who is currently on furlough or will go on furlough.

  • Loan is offered at a standard qualifying rate and payment.
  • Loan can fund the same day.
  • First payment is not due until April 15, 2019, or 90 days after loan funding.

“It is stressful any time you experience a disruption in your income,” said Alliance CEO Matt Grannan. “At Alliance, we want people in our community who are affected by the government shutdown to know that we are here to help relieve that burden.”

Borrowers are encouraged to stop by their local Alliance branch to apply. Lubbock branches are: 8401 Quaker Avenue, 6601 Indiana Avenue, 2404 82nd Street, 2224 34th Street, 3802 24th Street, 1008 Frankford Avenue, and 6716 82nd Street.

About Alliance Credit Union
The credit union began in 1940 and served US postal carriers. Today, the credit union enjoys a community charter and membership is available to anyone living, working, or worshipping in Lubbock, Hockley, Lamb, Hale, Floyd, Crosby, Garza, Lynn and Terry counties. With just over 28,000 members, ACU is the largest credit union on the South Plains. Alliance Credit Union is committed to improving the quality of life of its members by providing the best available financial services in the most efficient, convenient, and friendliest manner possible. For more information, please visit

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