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5 Things To Consider When Shopping For Personal Loans

Posted on July 4, 2017
There are so many types of loans available today that choosing the one for your needs can become very difficult. While some loans are for specific needs, like auto loans for buying a car, home loans for buying a home, or student loans for paying education costs, some loans are more ambiguous. One of these is the “personal loan.” Personal loans share some similarities with other common loan types, but ...Read More
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The Benefits Of Mobile Banking

Posted on June 23, 2017
The next generation of tools to manage your money includes a host of mobile banking options. Mobile banking is still relatively new in the banking world, but it’s quickly gaining popularity for its security, accessibility and more. It’s not hard to see why mobile banking is becoming so popular once you start exploring some of its benefits. Mobile Banking Gives You More Control Mobile banking gives you the option of ...Read More
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Your Guide To Personal Loans for Debt Consolidation

Posted on March 8, 2017
Having debt can feel like being stuck in the trenches, with no easy way to get out. However, debt consolidation has been the rope many people have used to break themselves free of past due bills. While there are many ways of managing debt, you can save a lot of money in the long-term with a personal loan for debt consolidation, as long as you find a program with modest ...Read More
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Car Buyer Education — What You Should Know Before Buying a New or Used Car

Posted on June 20, 2016
Purchasing a new or used car is a big investment and a decision that must be based on smart, educated choices.  With all the auto loan options available, and car dealerships willing to offer you a great deal, it can be challenging to know how to differentiate between a practical choice, and one that just looks good on paper—and in the parking lot! From new or used, standard or luxury, ...Read More
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Severe Weather and Emergencies

Posted on January 1, 2016
In the event of a severe storm, natural disaster or other emergency that would affect our normal operations, please tune to WRIC-8 and WTVR-6 on-air or on-line for branch closings or delayed openings. You may also check the "community closings" list at www.nbc12.com for information.

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A $15 Convenience fee will be automatically added to your payment amount. Your maximum total payment amount (including the $15 convenience fee) cannot exceed $600. Payments initiated and approved by 3:00pm will be applied to your loan on the same business day. Payments initiated and approved after 3:00pm, or on a day that the credit union is closed (weekends and holidays), will be applied on the next business day. If you have a PFFCU debit card, please log into home banking to make your loan payment.

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Excludes mortgages and home equity lines of credit. A $25 fee is due at set-up for each loan. Loan must have been open for at least 6 months. Past due accounts do not qualify. One skip-a-pay allowed per calendar year (Jan-Dec).

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