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Our thoughts go out to everyone impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency. Aerospace Federal Credit Union is here to help you manage through the financial challenges you may be facing during this time. Since circumstances and financial assistance needs are unique for each member, we request you arrange a time to discuss your situation with us one-on-one to determine how we can best provide you with assistance. Please call Jeri Smith at 310-336-0635 or email emergency@aerofcu.org to arrange a convenient time to talk. The following financial assistance options are available:

Loan Assistance

  • Understanding that this health emergency can strain your budget, we are prepared to work with you to make your current AFCU loan payments more affordable, which may include deferring your payments for a period of time.

Emergency Loans

  • This loan provides an affordable way to fill an income gap during this health emergency.

Waiver of Early Withdrawal Penalty

  • All early withdrawal penalties are waived if your situation requires that you take funds from a share certificate before maturity.

Direct Deposit Advance

  • Based on your established relationship with AFCU, you may have the option to advance against a future direct deposit at no cost.

Everyone here at the AFCU is ready to help you make it through these unprecedented, challenging times. Be safe and call on us if you need financial assistance. We're here to help.

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The information provided by Aerospace Federal Credit Union is for informational purposes only and does not constitute personal financial, investment, or tax advice. For advice on your particular financial situation, you should consult with your personal financial, investment, and/or tax advisors. The opinions and statements of authors and commenters on this Blog are not the opinions or statements of the Credit Union or the Board of Directors, and the Credit Union takes no responsibility for their content.