Winter Skip-a-Pay


“Flake Out” on payments with Winter Skip-a-Pay.  This winter take advantage of the WECU’s Winter Skip-a-Pay and “flake out” on *qualified loan payments."Flake Out" on payments with Winter Skip-a-Pay

White Eagle Credit Union is pleased to offer its members, the 2023 Holiday Skip-a-Payment.  Members can choose to skip their qualified loan payments for either the month of November OR December of this year.  This does include all White Eagle Credit Union loans except first mortgages and fixed rate second mortgages.

Check to see if your qualify today.  Fill out and bring in the form below or stop in and see a loan officer today.

Winter Skip-a-Payment Application 2023

Spread more magic with Holiday Loan

Spread more magic this Holiday Season when you unwrap special savings with a White Eagle CU Holiday Loan.  With the holidays and festive seasoning fast approaching, you may be wondering how you are going to pay for everything.  It is a wonderful time of the year to spend with family and friends and it can also be a stressful time for your budget.  Plan ahead to reduce the stress and enjoy all the festivities with a 2022 Holiday Signature Loan.

For a limited time you can apply for a Holiday Signature Loan with rates as low as 7.9%.  Apply between November 1, 2022 to January 15, 2023.  Apply today!


*APR – Annual Percentage Rate.  Lowest possible APR for Qualified Borrowers. Limited time offer:  11/1/22 thru 1/15/23 only.  Example $1200 @ 7.9% APR for 12 months plus origination fee = $105.38. *All loans subject to approval.


Don’t forget to check out our other Holiday Specials.

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Alternative Route to Augusta WECU Branch

Alternative Route to Augusta WECU Branch.  Road construction on Ohio Street has begun here in Augusta.  Here is an alternative route when heading North on Ohio.

Turn Right (East) on Belmont Ave until you reach Mainsgate Drive on your left. Take Mainsgate curving until you come to Danbury Road. Turn Left on Danbury then right on Rushwood. This will take you to the stop sign at David Street (SW 80th). Turn Left (West) on David until you reach Ohio and then turn left (South) on Ohio to White Eagle CU.

Our mobile app and WEOline Services are always available for your convenience along with Docusign for loans and other paperwork.

Hello Summer Signature Loan 2022

“Hello Summer”!  Enjoy every moment of your summer and make your days sunnier with a “Hello Summer” Signature Loan from White Eagle Credit Union.  This special summer Loan comes with a low rate of *7.9% APR for twelve months. (subject to approval)
Don’t miss out on this limited time offer – Apply Today!  This limited time offer begins June 01, 2022.

*Loans Subject to Approval. Limited time offer. Hello Summer Signature Loan begins 6/1/22. Example :$1,500 loan at 7.90% for 12 months is $130.44 per months. Federally Insured NCUA. * Rates are subject to change.

Other Loans and Rates

2022 Board of Volunteers Election

87 Annual Election of Volunteers(1)

WECU will hold the 2022 Board of Volunteers Election via online voting and in-branch voting at open houses.

The 87th Annual Voting of the Board of Volunteers will take place this month and we would love to have your input/vote. Please watch social media, our website and your emails for more information.
  • We will be sending out emails on April 18, 2022 with links to cast your vote online.
  • Open Houses at each branch on Friday, April 22, 2022 where you will be able to cast your vote in-person.
  • Voting will close at 5:00 pm on Friday, April 22, 2022

WECU Visa Gift Cards

A single gift can bring so much joy!

Let White Eagle help you simplify your holiday shopping this year with CUMONEY® Visa® Gift Cards.

CUMONEY® Visa® Gift Cards can help you simplify your to do list. They are the perfect gift for each person on your list.  We have a new selection of designs that you can choose from too.

This year, share the wonder of the holiday season with a gift that can open up a world of possibilities for everyone on your list. Stop in at one of our branches in Augusta, El Dorado or Newton today.

Check out our other options for gift cards:  Credit/Debit/Travel/Gift Cards.



Moo-ve over your payments

2021 Mooo-ve Over Holiday Skip-a-Pay!(2)

Moo-ve over your White Eagle Loan payments with Holiday Skip-a-Pay!  It’s your Holiday Budget, Flexible Pay. Your Way!

White Eagle Credit Union is pleased to offer its members, the 2021 Holiday Skip-a-Payment.  Members can choose to skip their qualified loan payments for either the month of November OR December of this year.  This does include all White Eagle Credit Union loans except first mortgages and fixed rate second mortgages.  *All loans are subject to qualifications.  Check to see if your loan qualifies today.  Fill out and bring in the form below or stop in and see a loan officer today.

Don’t forget to also check out our Holiday Signature Loan Special that will be coming in November.

Download your Application today.

Holiday Skip-a-Payment Application 2021



It’s time for Back to School Specials

It’s time for Back to School Specials!

2021 Back To School Specials


School will soon be back in session.  Ease the stress and costs of books and tuition this fall with a Back to School Signature loan from White Eagle CU.  For a limited time you can apply for a Back to School Signature Loan with rates as low as 7.9%.  Apply between August 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021.  Apply today!

*APR – Annual Percentage Rate.  Lowest possible APR for Qualified Borrowers. Limited time offer:  8/1/21 thru 9/30/21 only.  Example $1200 @ 7.9% APR for 12 months plus origination fee = $105.38.

  • All loans subject to approval.



Have a White Eagle CU loan?  During the month of August, you have the opportunity to skip your loan payment on qualified loans.  This includes all WECU loans except first mortgages and/or fixed rate second mortgages.


    • You must be current on all loans and have made at least one payment on your loan(s).
    • You must have good loan payment history and be in good standing on all WECU accounts.

If approved:

    • No late fees will be added to your loan and your regular payment will resume the following month on your regularly scheduled payment date.
    • Loan interest will continue to accrue and will be collected with your next payment.
    • A $25.00 processing fee will be charged for each loan payment advanced or 10% of the payment amount, whichever is less.

**Credit Life and Disability Insurance, GAP Insurance or warranties may be affected, if you choose to defer payments on loans with any of those coverages.  For more details, visit with a loan officer today!

Download your application today,



Don’t fall for Gift Card Scam

Don’t fall for Gift Card Scam.  Gift cards are for gifts, not for payments.

If someone calls with urgent news or a convincing story and pressures you to pay them by buying a gift card, like an iTunes, WalMart, or Google Play card, and want you to give them the codes on the back of the card – stop. It’s a scam.  Here are couple scenarios that scammers may use.

  • A scammer calls and pretends to be from a government agency.  Such as IRS or Social Security. The scammer says that you owe money for taxes, bail money, debt collection, and more. They then tell you have to pay them with gift cards.
  • A scammer claims to be a family member in trouble or someone you know. The scammer tells you that they need to be paid in gift cards in order to remedy the situation. Don’t believe them. Never buy gift cards for them or provide them with any gift card codes.
  • You receive an email that looks like it from someone you know i.e.: your boss, mother, spouse, friend, family member and the person asks you to go buy gift cards and give them the code on back…. STOP!  It’s a scam.
  • Let’s make some quick money scam.  You are short on money and you see the “Make Quick Money” advertisement. Beware this is a scam.   The way it works:  The scammer is always excited when someone answers their ad. All you have to do is buy them a few gift cards.  They will deposit money in your account for the cards plus a few extra dollars for your time.  However, they need your banking information in order to deposit the money.  DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR INFORMATION.  It is a SCAM.

If you are ever in doubt if something is correct.  Just stop.  Give us a call and whatever you do… do not share your personal information and banking information.  Thank you.

If you’re a victim of a gift card scam – report it. You can also report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission.

Also, share your experience.  There are many ways to help prevent others from falling victim by reporting the scam and sharing your experience via social Medias and also on Google.


2021 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to our 2021 White Eagle Scholarship Winners.  We would also, like to you thank all the applicants that applied for our 2021 Scholarships.   We have a committee that reviews all scholarship applications to make sure the selected recipient meets our Scholarship Guidelines.

The Recipient must demonstrate exceptional character, community involvement, an interest in school activities and the potential for academic success.  A grade-point average of no less than 3.00 is highly recommended but not required for application.  The recipient must be planning to attend a 2– year community college or an accredited 4-year university as a full-time student.

This year’s 2021 Scholarship Winners are as follows:

Andover High School = Hannah Kintzel

Andover Central High School = Josie Brooks

Augusta High School = Tiffany Hilton

Bluestem High School = Kiona Brown

Circle High School = Emily Houck

Douglass High School = Savannah Edmonds

El Dorado High School = Trinity Lawrence

Flint Hills High School = Matison Totty

Newton High School = Shelby Spreier

Remington High School = Asher Brown

Rose Hill High School = Bryson Evans


Annual Meeting Drawing Winner

Flint Hills High School = Kylee Weis



Giving back to our communities

Not For Profit but for Service – 2021 WECU Donations – El Dorado Branch

At White Eagle Credit Union giving back to our communities is a major part of we do.  This year is no different, as we begin presenting our 2021 WECU Donations checks to various organizations.  Our El Dorado Branch selected the organizations below for 2021.  Check out their links and learn more about each organization.

Family Worship Center

Family Worship Center

Kansas Cannons Baseball

Kansas Cannons Baseball

Kansas Oil Museum


Tri-County Casa, Inc




2021 WECU Donations

Not For Profit but for Service – 2021 WECU Donations – Newton branch

At White Eagle Credit Union giving back to our communities is a major part of we do.  This year is no different, as we begin presenting our 2021 WECU Donations checks to various organizations.  Our Newton Branch selected the organizations below for 2021:


Heartland PCC - receives 2021 Donation

 Heartland Pregnancy Care

High Rollers Skate and Funzone receives 2021 WECU Donation

Newton High Rollers Skate and Fun Zone

Newton Baseball Club receives 2021 WECU Donation

Newton Baseball Club

2021 Spring Sweepstakes

This Spring, tidy up how you bank for a chance to win $1,000 with the 2021 Spring Sweepstakes.

Spring is the perfect time to clean up your finances and give them a fresh start.  And as part of our Spring Sweepstakes, you’re entered for a chance to win $1,000 for every qualifying transaction you make made between April 01 through May 31, 2021.

Qualifying Transactions
  • WEPay – Add and pay a new Bill Pay payee with WEPay.  Manage and pay your bills online or from your WEOnline Services and mobile app.
  • eBill:  Activate a new eBill.  Request and use this electronic version of your bill to easily view, manage and pay your bills right from your Bill Pay account.
  •  PopMoney.  Add and pay a new PopMoney.  PopMoney is a quick and easy solution for sending, receiving and requesting money from other people, all from the convenience of your online banking account.
  • External Transfers:  Add and complete an inbound transfer from a new external account. A fast and simple way to move money into your primary bank account, even from another financial institution.

To learn more about this sweepstakes and sweepstake rules, please visit: 


Stimulus Fraud Scams

Stimulus Fraud Scams

Should I be worried about stimulus payment scams?

New stimulus checks are in the works which means fraudsters are working on new ways to take your money. Scams are always a concern when money is involved, so you should be on the lookout. Some possible scams include:

  • Emails or texts that try to get you to click on a link that then takes you to a form that asks you for personal information so you can get any payment that you are owed. Do not respond to any email or text asking for personal information.
  • Phone calls where someone claims to be from a federal agency such as the IRS or Treasury Department. Never assume an incoming call is from an authorized person especially if they are asking for personal information.
  • People who contact you claiming that you can get your payment faster by paying a small fee by using either a gift card or prepaid debit card. Always be cautious when working with any person or business you do not know or cannot verify.
  • Someone calls you and demands personal information such as bank account numbers or your Social Security number right away or you’ll lose your benefits. This is almost always a sure sign of a scam.

In general, you should be aware that federal agencies won’t ask you to pay anything up front to get your payment, and they won’t call, email, text, or reach out to you via social media to request your bank account or Social Security number, or to verify personal information.


Will my financial institution know when I am scheduled to receive my stimulus payment?

The answer is no. White Eagle CU does not know when you are scheduled to receive your stimulus payment. Those payments are issued by the IRS, not your financial institution. You can visit the Get My Payment site at for more details, including the status of the payment, and a link to many frequently asked questions.

For the most current information about stimulus payments, visit

If you spot one of these scams, please tell the Federal Trade Commission at




Stress-Free Auto Shopping

Here are three ways to make car-shopping stress-free with WERide.

Stress free car shopping

At White Eagle CU, we offer our members stress-free auto shopping with WERide.  We know that shopping for a new car is exciting. Whether you’re upgrading from your current vehicle or just looking for a comparable replacement, it’s fun to imagine yourself behind the wheel of a new ride.

However, if you’re not exactly sure where to start looking (or what you’re looking for), you may feel overwhelmed with options. Don’t worry, here are some smart tips to make car-shopping stress-free:


Shopping online helps you be more efficient. You can browse inventory from auto dealers in your area (or expand your search to other regions) from the comfort of your own home. By streamlining your research during the discovery phase of finding a car, you’ll save valuable time.


Want to search for your car based on personal preferences? An online resource like WERide can help you align your ideal options with available inventory. Choose your make, model, color, and more, and match it with a car at auto dealer near you. It’s a stress-free alternative when you’re not able to visit multiple auto dealerships in person.


By comparison shopping online, you can easily review each auto dealer’s pricing, specs, and features—all without ever leaving your home. This will help you narrow your options and determine which car, truck, or SUV meets your needs, and your budget.

Want to simplify your car-shopping experience? Check out WERide, a free online marketplace for our members.  And don’t forget to get pre-approved today for your auto loan.  We offer low auto loan rates.  Give us a call today or start the process online.




Paying Down Credit Card Debt

Just when you thought 2020 was devoid of good news for Americans – here is a small financial reason to smile! U.S. consumers paid down a record amount of credit card debt this past year.

Tips to paying down credit card debtWEBudget

Paying off credit card debt can seem daunting – especially if you’ve amassed quite a bit. But with determination and some solid advice, living credit-card-debt free is possible. Here are some tips from to get started in the right direction:

  1. Get organized – Gather all the information for every card on which you’re carrying a balance. Note the balances, interest rates, due dates and minimum payment for each card. Add up all the minimum payments on each of your credit cards to determine how much you must pay each month just to stay on top of credit card bills.
  2. Consider paying off the card with the highest APR first –Try boosting your payments on the card with the highest APR and paying the minimums on the remaining cards. Once that card is paid off, move on to the card with the next highest APR.
  3. Or consider paying off the card with the lowest balance first –This may be a method that’s easier to stick to for those who have a difficult time staying motivated without quick gratification. Enjoy the feeling of paying off that lowest balance – then keep paying off from there!
  4. Create a budget –If you’re not spending within your means, you’ll likely never be able to pay down debt.  Create a budget that works for you, leaving wiggle room to pay down that credit card debt. WEBudget is the perfect tool that shows your spending and allows you to create your budget.  Check it out in WEOnline Services.
  5. Be realistic – It’s important to remember that you still need to spend money on necessities (food, clothes, rent, etc.). So be realistic about how much you can put toward your credit card debt each month.
  6. Schedule Payments – You can schedule ongoing payments in WEPay.  You set the dates and amounts. Making it easier to stay ahead and payoff items quicker.


WECU’s Coronavirus Update Communication

For 85 years White Eagle Credit Union has been there for our members, their families and the communities we serve.  Nothing has changed.  You can count on us to be there for you during this period of uncertainty.


Letter from our President

WECU’s Coronavirus Update Communication.

As the Coronavirus continues to spread and affect our communities, the well-being of our members and employees remains our highest priority.  At this time, White Eagle CU is taking proactive steps to best protect our members and employees.  We are temporarily closing all White Eagle Credit Union branch lobbies effective Monday, November 23, 2020 until further notice.  All drive thru services will remain open.

If you have questions regarding your account or need to schedule an appointment if necessary, please call one of our branches:

Augusta: 316.775.7591  El Dorado:  316.320.7649  Newton:  316.283.8517

Please stay connected with us through social media, website and the WECU mobile app

I know this year has been full of challenges and I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to our members for allowing us to serve you.  We are grateful for you.


Richard Blue – President

Remote Banking

As a reminder, White Eagle Credit Union offers a variety of Online/Convenience Services to access your account 24/7 without leaving your home or work environment.

  • Call 24 – 24 Hour Teller is also available 24/7 at 1.800.564.2520. When you need assistance, we are here to help 24 hours a day. Simply call our 24-hour teller line to check your account balance, transfer funds, check the status of your last deposit or check clearances — or anything else you might need. We’ll take care of your requests quickly and deliver the friendly, personal service you expect from White Eagle.
  • ATMs – White Eagle offers access to four branded ATM machines for use by our members, as well as a network of nearly 30,000* surcharge-free ATMs, covering all 50 states and 10 countries – an ATM network that’s larger than almost any bank.
  • Member Support – Our Member Service Representatives are available by phone during normal business hours. Our representatives can handle basically any non-cash transaction you may have via your telephone request. Phone requests may require additional security questions to assure we have properly identified the caller.
  • Remote DepositsMake deposits with your smartphone conveniently and securely with Mobile Deposit from White Eagle. Just install our Mobile App, and you’ll have FREE access to this easy-to-use tool that will save valuable time every time you use it! With Mobile Deposit, you can deposit checks anytime.
  • Loans  – we have several different options/solutions available during this time.  For the Holiday Season also we are currently offering the Holiday Loan Special and Holiday Skip-a-Payment on qualified loans.  Please visit with a loan officer for more information on these products and other solutions that are available to you.


Useful Resources:

CDC Helpful Hints

CDC recommends use of cloth masks. 

Pandemic Flu Preparedness Policy

Click the link below for the adobe reader to read and/or open the PDFs  

Be diligent in protecting yourself, your financial and personal information.

  • Never give out your personal financial information.  White Eagle CU will NEVER ask for your personal information via text, email or unsolicited phone call.   Please never give out your PIN, SSN, DOB or your account number to anyone calling you and asking for it.
  • Do Not give out your online banking information.  Please do not give out your account/password/pin.
  • Ignore online offers for vaccinations and home test kits.  Scammers are trying to get you to buy products that aren’t proven to treat or prevent the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) — online or in stores.
  • Hang up on robocalls.  Don’t press any numbers. Scammers are using illegal robocalls to pitch everything from scam Coronavirus treatments to work-at-home schemes.
  • Checks:  Don’t respond to texts and emails about checks from the government.  Anyone who tells you they can get you the money now is a scammer.
  • Don’t click on links from sources you don’t know. They could download viruses onto your computer or device.
  • Watch for emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or experts saying they have information about the virus. For the most up-to-date information about the Coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
  • Fact-check information. Scammers, and sometimes well-meaning people, share information that hasn’t been verified.
  • Charitable Donations:  Please do your homework.  If someone wants donations in cash, by gift card, or by wiring money, don’t do it.

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