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When you bank with GenFed Financial Credit Union, you’re more than an account holder – you’re a member! As a member-owned, full-service financial institution, our sole purpose is to serve our members better. We do that by offering outstanding low loan rates, top investment rates, low fees and specialized services.
It’s free to join! Become a GenFed Financial Credit Union member today to take advantage of our exclusive services.
GenFed membership is open to anyone who resides, works, attends school, volunteers or worships in the following areas:
You can also become a member if you reside, work, attend school or worship in these areas:
Once you’re a member, your immediate family members are eligible for GenFed membership! Plus GenFed membership is good for life, even if you or your family members relocate out of our membership area.
You may also be eligible if you or your immediate family work for one of the select employee groups we have traditionally served. To check your eligibility, please visit a branch.
How to Join
Becoming a GenFed member is easy! To get started, simply open a Traditional Savings account with GenFed.
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.
If you’re a business owner, both you and your employees can benefit from GenFed membership!
There is no charge to offer GenFed membership to your employees. Your employees will benefit from access to more affordable loans, checking accounts with fewer fees, higher yields on savings and investment accounts, personal service, and free financial education and counseling.
To open a business account, you may need the following documents:
Visit a branch to learn more!