Thursday, October 6, 2022

Langley Federal Credit Union Providing $1 Million In “Gas Back” Rewards

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NEWPORT NEWS—Langley Federal Credit Union is trying to help members with recent cost-of-living increases by providing 10 percent cash back on gas purchases when using their Langley debit cards.

Langley FCU is planning to reward $1 million in “gas back” rebates and will continue the promotion until the entire sum has been distributed. Members will be contacted by email to opt into the program, and they can designate whether they wish to receive the rebate or “Pay it Forward” to other members who have opted into the program.

“Many of our members have struggled with the increase in food and gas prices, and we wanted to offer some relief that will impact our members in a positive way,” said Langley FCU President/CEO Tom Ryan in a press release. “We continually look for ways to improve our members’ lives and felt this was an exciting way to reward them.”

The program officially kicked off on September 1, which is especially timely for people getting ready to hit the roads for Labor Day weekend. For additional information on the program, visit langleyfcu.org/gasback.

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