WASHINGTON, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading personal finance website GOBankingRates highlights its client Signal Financial's "Happy Savings" campaign, which offers members a highly competitive rate of 1.49% APR on new and used auto loans for up to 36 months.
Inspired by Pharrell Williams' Top 40 hit, "Happy," Signal Financial is spreading the cheer by helping members purchase the car they've been eyeing or lower their monthly payments by refinancing with the credit union.
"Summer is a major car-buying season, and drivers will be on the lookout for affordable financing," said Casey Bond, managing editor for GOBankingRates. "Signal Financial exemplifies the value of credit unions by providing members with affordable auto loan rates that keep the cost of buying a car down."
Members can take advantage of this low rate on both new and used auto loans, although the actual rate could vary based on the applicant's credit history. The credit union also offers 1.49% APR to members looking to refinance a loan from another institution.
Signal Financial Federal Credit Union is "happy to offer low rates to their members and is always happy to welcome new members," said Adriana Vargas, marketing specialist at Signal Financial.
Members can apply online, in person or over the phone at (301) 933-9100, ext. 105. Some restrictions may apply, contact Signal Financial Federal Credit Union for more details.
About Signal Financial Federal Credit Union
Signal Financial was chartered in the summer of 1947 by a small group of telephone company employees in the Washington, D.C. area. Today, the field of membership extends to more than 150 small- to medium-sized businesses, as well as telephone company groups, and people who live, work, worship or go to school in the District or inside the Beltway in Prince George's County.
GOBankingRates (www.gobankingrates.com) connects consumers with the best credit unions, banks and interest rates nationwide, aggregating over 11 million interest rates from more than 6,000 institutions.
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