Neighborhood Credit Union Introduces Kasasa Cash Back to its Checking Account Lineup

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Neighborhood Credit Union now has a new checking account that will reward members for every day banking by giving them cash back.

Kasasa Cash Back is just another way we are able to empower our members’ financial success.

Neighborhood Credit Union now has a new checking account that will reward members for every day banking by giving them cash back.

Kasasa Cash Back, officially implemented on July 1, is similar to the credit union’s existing Kasasa Cash account as they are both free accounts with no minimum balance that will reward members with cash back on debit card purchases when the minimum qualifications during the account's Monthly Qualification Cycle are met.

“We are so excited to finally be able to offer our members a truly free cash back checking account,” said Carolyn Jordan, senior vice president at Neighborhood Credit Union. “Kasasa Cash Back is just another way we are able to empower our members’ financial success.”

How Kasasa Cash Back works is members will receive cash back on debit card purchases that post and settle to their account during that cycle period. Just like Neighborhood CU’s other Kasasa checking account, members will receive reimbursements on nationwide ATM withdrawal fees incurred during that Monthly Qualification Cycle.

About Neighborhood Credit Union: The oldest credit union in Dallas (chartered April 18, 1930), Neighborhood Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial organization serving Dallas, Denton and Ellis counties, as well as the City of Arlington. With branches in Dallas, Richardson, Arlington, Mesquite, Duncanville, Waxahachie, Lancaster, Grand Prairie, Coppell, and Highland Village, and assets topping $720 million, Neighborhood Credit Union has a membership of over 55,000 and continues to welcome new members daily. For more information, call (214) 748-9393 or visit https://www.myncu.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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