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Online Banking and so much more! 

Our Online Banking platform has a new facelift! Enjoy the convenience of managing your accounts from any desk or laptop and from our mobile app. With our secure 128-bit encrypted service you can manage all of your accounts, monitor spending, tag transactions, set up recurring bill payments, make person-to-person payments, download statements and more.

Steps for First-Time Users Instructions:

  1. Enter your User ID in the Online Banking login. Your User ID is "PG" followed by your six to eight-digit account number. Ex: PGXXXXXXXX
  2. Enter your one-time password on the following screen which is your Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY) followed by a capital "P" and lowercase "g".  Ex: XXXXXXXXPg (password is case sensitive)
  3. You will be prompted to change your Password the first time you log in.
Have questions? Check our our FAQ or please feel free to contact us today.


Mobile Banking

Get the power and convenience of managing your accounts from any smart device anytime from anywhere! Our mobile banking app gives you the flexibility of handling all of our accounts into one simple dashboard so you can take command of all of your finances with the touch of a finger.  To get started look for and download the Prince George's Community Federal Credit Union app at the Apple® or  Google Play®  store today!

Download our app & start:

  • Monitoring your balances
  • Transferring funds
  • Paying bills
  • Creating account alerts
  • Depositing checks
  • Deactivating/Reactivating debit & credit cards
  • Mobile Card Management (see below)
  • And more!!!


Lock and manage your card(s) all within our mobile app! To get started…

  1. Look for the “Card Management” section in the dashboard of the mobile app.
  2. Toggle the selected card(s) from “inactive” to “active” to turn your card on or off.
  3. Set up any “Account Alerts and Protections” (location, merchants, transactions) that you would like to use.
  4. Report your card lost or stolen. Then, call or stop by a branch to pick up your new card.

Learn how to safeguard yourself when using any of our On-the-Go services.

WATCH: How to Use the Mobile Banking App

Online Chat & 24/7 Call Center

Have a late-night question? Chat with us online or call anytime both day and night for around-the-clock service in English or Spanish. We’re here to help you manage your account, report fraudulent activity, apply for a loan, transfer funds and more!

Our 24/7 member service team is on constant alert waiting to help you. So, chat with us online or call us whenever you need us. To get started, simply look for the small purple chat icon throughout our website or call us at 800.952.7428 today.

WATCH: Benefits of our Online Chat & 24/7 Call Center

Keeping You in the Know

  • Emergency Funds
  • 50/30/20 Rule
  • Meet Your 401(k)

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How to Set Your New Budget

Meet Your 401(k)

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How to Plan for Retirement

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