St. Thomas Federal Credit Union of Charlotte Amalie, VI has 6,547 members and assets of $50 million. The credit union, opened in 1952, has 18 full time employees and no part time employees , or 364 members per employee, compared to a national average of 430.

St. Thomas FCU

St. Thomas Federal Credit Union, Charlotte Amalie


St. Thomas Federal Credit Union
5027 Norre Gade
Charlotte Amalie, VI 00802

St. Thomas Federal Credit Union of Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands has been serving its members for more than 62 years. It is classified as a primarily government employee common bond. By number of members, it is the biggest in Virgin Islands and it has the 2nd fastest growing membership in Virgin Islands. It also is the biggest in Virgin Islands by assets. It has the fastest growing assets in Virgin Islands.

Checking services include no cost share drafts and share certificates with low minimum balance requirements. Debit cards are available.

For members needing to establish credit, the credit union offers short term small amount loans.

Conveniences include low-cost wire transfers. St. Thomas FCU members may also take advantage of student scholarships.

The "virtual branch office" can be accessed via automated telephone access. From home, you can apply to join the credit union, inquire into your account, view account history, make share account transfers, bill payments, download your account history and view statements.


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