PORTMOUTH, N.H., Jan. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Service Credit Union is committed to helping its members who are affected during the government shutdown.
For those with direct deposit, Service Credit Union will post credits to members based on the postings nearest to January 1, 2018. The credit of that amount will take place on or before February 1, 2018.
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This will apply to all military, Government Service (GS) civilians and social security recipients. Once the government resumes posting payrolls, Service Credit Union will reverse this special one-time posting that was made.
If members do not receive the automatic direct deposit posting, Service Credit Union will offer a no-interest 6-month loan up to $3,000 to those who qualify.
“Credit unions are owned by the members they serve and we need to help when our members need us the most,” Service Credit Union President/CEO David Van Rossum said. “The credit union should assist all members adversely affected by a government shutdown, especially our military and their families.”
For further details, please visit servicecu.org/governmentshutdown .
About Service Credit Union
As a dynamic, member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, Service Credit Union is dedicated to offering quality financial services and products. In 1957, the credit union was established to provide affordable credit to the Pease Air Force Base community. Now the largest credit union in New Hampshire, with over $3 billion in assets and 51 branch locations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, North Dakota and Germany, we continue to serve our communities and provide a better future to our members. For more information, visit https://servicecu.org or call toll free 1-800-936-7730 in the U.S. and 00800-4728-2000 internationally.
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