The regular share account is the opportunity for you to save. All that we require is for you to have a regular share account is a balance of $100. With this account you can have that savings you have always wanted.
Our Share Draft account service is free if you maintain a monthly balance of at least $250, a $5 service fee is applied otherwise. We offer checks and ATM/Debit cards to our Share Draft holders. * A regular Share Account is required to hold a Share Draft Account.
These handy accounts can be started at any time throughout the year, but for the best results, consider opening a new account right after the holidays. You can add money each week, each month or whenever you have some spare cash. Christmas Accounts are paid out early November and keep in mind that these accounts are only allowed one withdraw a year.
Enjoy competitive fixed rates with our Share Certificates. Certificates earn dividends at higher rates than share savings accounts and money market accounts, but require you to lock in your money for a predetermined maturity period. We offer terms as low as 3 months and as long as 36 months. The minimum deposit is $1,000. Dividends are paid at maturity. Watch your savings grow for the future with a guaranteed rate.
Corrections Federal CU offers competitive rates on all types of loans, from RV’s to Consolidation Loans, and everything in between . If you need to borrow money for any reason, give Corrections Federal CU a call.
A Payday Advance Loan is a small, short-term loan (up to $500) without a credit check that is intended to bridge the borrower’s cashflow gap between pay days. With this Loan you can Deposit advance in your account or Receive cash or cashier’s check. The Loan is secured by the borrower’s post-dated check that includes the original loan principal, accrued interest and current application fee (rates subject to change). The maturity date usually coincides with the borrower’s next pay day. On the maturity date Corrections Federal CU processes the check traditionally or through electronic withdrawal from the borrower’s account.