Oklahoma Banking Rates

CD Rates Deal of the Day: Weokie Credit Union at 0.80% APY

Many Americans are struggling to find a higher rate of return on investments. People everywhere have been looking for a safe place to invest their hard earned money, but it has been difficult to find decent CD rates. At Weokie Credit Union, they are currently offering a 1-year certificate of deposit with a 0.80% APY. A 1-year CD gives its members the opportunity to earn a rate of return much higher than the typical savings account, without having to lock up their money for a number of years.

12-Month CD Rate: Terms and Conditions

To earn the offered CD rate of 0.80% APY, a member of Weokie Credit Union must open a 12-month certificate of deposit with a minimum deposit of $1,000. With a deposit of over $100,000 the member will be eligible to earn a slightly higher interest rate of 0.90% APY. An early withdrawal penalty will apply; and all deposits are subject to government insurance.

About Weokie Credit Union

Weokie Credit Union is registered as a state-chartered financial cooperative. It was founded in 1969 by the employees of Western Electric of Oklahoma, and serves members around Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Currently led by Brent Taylor, the credit union has expanded to over 51,586 members with assets of more than $870,978,403. It has 177 full-time employees with a main office and 9 branch offices.

Weokie offers a full range of financial products and services. Its products include checking, savings, money market accounts, auto loans, CDs, credit cards, IRAs, home equity, mortgages, and business banking services. With its online banking system Home Branch, members can check account balances, review transaction history, transfer funds, make loan payments, and access eStatements.

Other Terms and Conditions may apply. Additionally, interest rates are based on the institution’s online published rates and may have changed since this offer was posted. Please contact the financial institution for the most recent rate updates and to review the terms of the offer.