Wed, Feb 11, 2015
FedChoice Federal Credit Union, with over $340 million in assets and close to 24,000 members, is celebrating its 80th Anniversary during the month of February! Looking back at the proud history of serving the federal community, David E. Bunch, Jr., President/CEO of FedChoice Federal Credit Union, is taking this opportunity to thank the dedicated federal employee members who have been key to the success of the Credit Union. “We greatly appreciate all of our members! FedChoice has been especially privileged to serve our “federal family” members by providing them with tailored financial products and services for over 80 years.”
Throughout February, members will be able to join the anniversary festivities at any of the six FedChoice Financial Service Centers, which are located in the DC/Baltimore/Philly metro area. This celebration will include scratch-offs and an instant win online game where members may win up to $500.00. In addition, a special credit card balance transfer option will be offered with a low fixed rate of only 2.99% APR for 12 billing cycles on Visa® Gold and Platinum credit cards at FedChoice.
In celebration of our 80th Anniversary, FedChoice is also very excited to now offer members the Allpoint surcharge-free ATM network. This option will expand members’ access to their accounts through convenient locations at major discount retailers, convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores and more! With this new partnership, in conjunction with the CO-OP surcharge-free ATM network, FedChoice has more than doubled the number of surcharge-free ATM locations worldwide from over 30,000 to more than 60,000! That’s more than 3 times as many surcharge-free ATMs compared to Bank of America! How’s that for convenience?!?
And, continuing with the commitment to making it even easier to understand the products and services available at the Credit Union, FedChoice recently developed a series of nine videos on topics such as online banking, eStatements, mobile banking, BillPay, mobile deposit, etc. which may now be viewed at fedchoice.org/about/videos/.