* Please note our credit union policy: Freedom 1st CU does NOT accept deposits through any ATM network. All deposits must be made directly at the credit union or placed in one of our night depositories at either of our offices after hours.
A VISA® ATM/Debit card offers you the same convenience as an ATM card, and more!
This is your ticket to membership! By opening a share savings account, you qualify for all credit union services. All dividends are paid quarterly on all balances over $100. Minimum $5 to open.
The importance of a sound savings plan is critical in today’s changing economic climate. If you're already saving with your credit union on a regular basis, you’re ahead of the game. If not, it’s time to discover how Freedom 1st Credit Union can make a difference for you.
Rest assure that each of your accounts are federally insured up to $250,000 by the NCUA and additional Share Insurance is provided by Excess Share Insurance.
Perfect for the high school student who wants to start saving for their future! If you are between the ages of 13-18 and are enrolled in high school, you qualify for a Student 1st Savings Account. Minimum $5 to open.
This account doesn’t require a specific term but earns competitive dividends. With just $1,000 you can save for the things you need. With up to two withdrawals per month, you have the flexibility for those unforeseen expenses. Minimum of $100 per withdrawal. Dividends paid quarterly.
Freedom 1st is offering a Cyber Monday 12-month certficate special of 1.70% APY.* If you miss Cyber Monday, you still receive a great rate; 12-month certificates will be 1.50% APY* until December 2, 2017. Contact us today to open yours - but hurry, this limited-time deal is going fast!
*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Penalties for early withdrawals may apply. Penalties or applicable fees may reduce your earnings. Accounts must be opened with a $5,000 minimum opening balance. This offer may end at any time without notice. This credit union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.