Eligibility & Benefits
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If you live, work, worship or volunteer in Prince George’s County, Maryland you are eligible to take advantage of the financial benefits and services we have to offer. Membership requires a $50 deposit in a share savings account. Once the primary membership is established, immediate family members are welcome to take advantage of membership benefits as well.
Our extensive menu of workshops, classes, and seminars supports you with the financial know-how to become financially savvy consumers. We also offer the best loan and savings rates in the market. And all Members qualify for special discounts from select national retailers including: Dell®, Sprint®, Enterprise Car Sales, Nationwide Insurance, ADT and more.
* APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rates as of 3/1/16 and are subject to change without notice. Your rate may vary depending on your credit history and term. 2.24% APR is for auto loans for a maximum of 36 months. Payment example: For a $20,000 New Auto loan for a term of 36 months with a 2.24% APR, the monthly payment will be $575.50. Certain restrictions apply. Contact us for details. ** National average bank rate as of 3/1/16. Source: SNL Financial.
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