Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union (FLFCU) of Geneva, New York has been serving its members for more than 47 years, currently from 3 locations. It is classified as a community credit union.
Checking services include no cost share drafts, share certificates with low minimum balance requirements, bill pay services, overdraft protection and overdraft lines of credit. Debit cards and prepaid debit cards are available.
For members needing to establish credit, the credit union offers share-secured credit cards. Financial literacy workshops are available.
In addition to vehicle loans and other types of credit, FLFCU can do real estate loans and has a first time homebuyer program. Conveniences include low-cost wire transfers and money orders. Finger Lakes FCU members may also take advantage of student scholarships, income tax preparation assistance and loans based on expected tax refund.
Business and professional services include business share accounts, business loans, mortgage processing and the credit union is an approved mortgage seller. Those with other financial, savings, and investment needs will appreciate certificates of deposits and insurance/investment products that are offered.
You can visit FLFCU electronically via online account access, bank by phone and mobile. Remote functions allow you to apply to join the credit union, fill out a loan app, get your account balance, order checks, make loan payments, view account history, make share account transfers, bill payments, download your account history, view statements and make payments via mobile devices.
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