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Advantage Checking

Designed for those looking for freedom from minimum balance requirements, monthly maintenance fees but seek to earn a little bit on their money. All checking accounts come with the convenience of 24/7 on-the-go management tools via our mobile banking app, online banking, eStatements and Bill Payment. Plus, use the power of your debit card or digital wallet (Apple Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay) to purchase items anywhere Visa is accepted.

StudentAdvantage Checking

Created for Members 13-25 years, this account empowers you with the tools to make smart financial decisions. Get all of the benefits of our Advantage Checking account but with spending controls to help. Parent or guardians are required in opening this account.

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Minimum Balance$0.00$0.00
Monthly MaintenanceNoneNone
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On-the-Go Services
Online Banking, Mobile Banking, eStatements, Bill Payment**
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Digital Wallet (Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay)CheckedChecked


*Free at proprietary and Allpoint Surcharge & CO-OP ATMs worldwide. **Free for members with Online Banking, Direct deposit, Audio Teller, eStatements and a Visa Debit card. Fee Schedule. Report Fraud.

What else should I consider?

Direct Deposit

Direct deposit is any regularly scheduled payment – like salary, retirement and pension payments, interest payments, Social Security, SSI and government payments – that can be electronically deposited automatically into your checking, savings, or money market account. After these funds are deposited, you can distribute money among your savings and loan accounts. To get started: Request forms from your employer, government agency or other agencies that currently issue you a check. You can also complete our Direct Deposit enrollment form, and submit it to your employer or other non-governmental agency along with a voided check from your Prince George's Community Federal Credit Union account.

Automatic Transfers

This type of transfer gives you the convenience of moving money around to various accounts on a set schedule. Set up automatic transfers to any account through online or mobile banking.

  • Safe. No risk of stolen checks or forgeries. Helps protect against identity theft.
  • Easy and reliable. Funds are automatically deposited directly into your account on your scheduled pay dates. No need to deposit in person.
  • Fast. Withdraw funds to use immediately the same day they’re automatically deposited.

Personal Line of Credit with Overdraft Protection

Continually access funds up to your credit limit, without ever re-applying. This product also offers the benefit of overdraft protection on your checking account. You never have to worry about the hassles of overdrawn funds in your checking account again. To use your funds, simply write a check or transfer funds to your checking account.

Courtesy Pay

Avoid the expense and embarrassment of an overdraft from your checking account with our Courtesy Pay service. Unlike a Personal Line of Credit, Courtesy Pay provides Members in good standing the ability to overdraw their personal checking account up to their Courtesy Pay limit.* Courtesy Pay covers checks, ACH, ATM and in-personal withdrawals, debit card transactions and even Bill Pay transactions. Simply pay a $30 fee for each drafted item and repay the advanced funds within 30 days. Courtesy Pay is a privilege extended to qualified Members 60 days after opening a checking account. If you choose to not use any of our overdraft protection services, your transaction could be denied due to insufficient funds. To learn more and add this protection to your account, contact a Member Service Representative today! 

 *Terms and conditions apply. Click here for details. 



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