Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union

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37 West Landis Ave, Vineland, NJ 08360

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(856) 696-0767

Data Source: NCUA, December 31, 2016


Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union was founded in 1938. Headquartered in Vineland, New Jersey, Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union is a federally chartered and federally insured credit union, operating within the regulation of the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) and being insured through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF). Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union is also a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB), which allows a credit union to access low cost secured borrowings or advances and prlides its members with financial products and services that assist and enhance the financing of housing and community lending.

As of December 31, 2016, Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union services 7,655 members through its 3 offices and branches and 21 full-time employees. It has $51,522,841 of total assets and $4,166,357 of net worth. Based on its asset size and net worth ratio, Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union is classified as a Well Capitalized medium credit union.

Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union offers a number of deposit and loan products to its members. To find out how competitive the offers are, please go to the Interest Rates page. Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union also provides an array of services to its members and local communities. To find out more, please go to the Services page.

The following two tables list the deplitory and loan interest rates of Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union’s popular offerings. You can find out how competitive the offerings are by comparing them to the median interest rates offered by credit unions in New Jersey and in the nation.

Major Deplitory Accounts and Interest Rates (%)

Interest Rate
Median of New Jersey
Median of USA
Checking
0.0500
0.0000
0.0000
Savings
0.0500
0.1000
0.1200
Money Market
0.1900
0.2000
0.2500
Certificate Deplit
0.5900
0.5800
0.5800
IRA
0.2500
0.5500
0.5000

Major Loan Accounts and Interest Rates (%)

Interest Rate
Median Rates of New Jersey
National Median Rates
Credit Cards
9.6700
10.0000
9.9900
Unsecured Line of Credits
9.0000
11.0000
10.9500
Short-term Small Amount
n/a
27.5400
25.0000
Student Loans
5.9600
6.0250
6.0200
New Car Loans
4.1000
4.0000
3.3300
Used Car Loans
4.0500
5.0000
4.5000
1st Mortgage Real Estates
4.0000
4.1300
4.2500
Other Real Estates
4.9200
4.5000
4.7000

Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union prlides a number of ways to access its services. In addition to its office and branches, a member can perform banking through Internet, phones, ATMs, and mobile devices. The table below lists the electronic banking services prlided by Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union.

Electronic Banking Service Offerings

Membership Application
Yes
Yes
Share Account Transfers
Yes
New Loan Application
Yes
Share Draft Orders
Yes
Yes
New Share Account
No
Bill Payment
Yes
No
e-Statements
Yes
Loan Payments
Yes
No
Account Balance Inquiry
Yes
Yes
Yes
View Account History
Yes
No

As a community financial institution, Member’s 1st Of Nj Federal Credit Union actively involves in local communities by prliding services such as financial counseling, financial education, financial literacy workshops, and first tim home buyer programs.

Community and other Service Offerings

Financial Counselling
Yes
Bilingual Services
Yes
Free Bill Pay
Yes
Financial Education
Yes
In-School Branches
No
Free Tax Preparation Service
No
Financial Literacy Workshops
Yes
Student Scholarships
Yes
Insurance/Investment Sales
No
First Time Homebuyer Program
No
Bridgeton Office
654 Shiloh Pike Unit G
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Phone:856-453-9094

Main Office
37 W Landis Ave
Vineland, NJ 08360-8122
Phone:856-696-0767

Woodstown
9 N Main St
Woodstown, NJ 08098
Phone:856-769-3452

(856) 696-3579

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