Aloha PACific Federal Credit Union (APFCU) of Honolulu, Hawaii has been in service for more than 78 years, currently from 10 locations. Its field of membership is a primarily government employee common bond. By number of members, it is the 7th largest in Hawaii. It also is the seventh largest in the state by assets.
Checking services include no cost share drafts, bill pay services and overdraft lines of credit. Debit cards, ATMs with no surcharges and prepaid debit cards are available.
For members needing to establish credit, the credit union offers share-secured credit cards. Financial counseling, financial education and financial literacy workshops are available.
Besides new and used car loans and other kinds of borrowing, APFCU can do real estate loans, has a first time homebuyer program, has indirect mortgage loans and can grant interest only or payment option first mortgage loans. Conveniences include check cashing and low-cost wire transfers. Aloha PACific FCU members may also benefit from student scholarships and income tax preparation assistance.
Services to businesses and professionals include business share accounts, business loans, indirect business loans, mortgage processing and the credit union is an approved mortgage seller. Members having other financial, savings, and investment needs will appreciate certificates of deposits that are offered.
You can do business with APFCU via online banking, phone based audio response and mobile banking apps. Automated capabilities allow you to enter loan applications, check your balance, order share drafts, manage loan payments, view account history, transfer money, online bill pay, download your account history and view statements.
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