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What to Know About Trading in Your Existing Car
The steps you should be taking as you head to the dealership

Are you thinking about trading in your current car for a new one? Before rushing to the dealership and signing any papers, there are a few things you should consider.

The RMLEFCU Recruit Loan

RMLEFCU is the only credit union in Colorado that offers a law enforcement recruit loan to help you buy the equipment you need to perform your police duties.
Kasasa Share Will Raise You Three Grants

When you encourage a family member or law enforcement colleague to open and use a Kasasa account,* you both receive $150 Amazon giftcards.

*New member must qualify for two cycles.
Freezin' for a Reason
Denver Police recruits do the polar plunge

Watch how a Denver Police recruit class raised $11,200 to benefit Special Olympics Colorado by jumping into icy cold water! Brrrrrr!
History of the Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union

Saying it was hard to get a loan in 1938 is a crude understatement. Denver police had little to offer in the way of collateral and their loan requests fell deaf on bankers' ears.
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