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November 2013 • 301.817.1200
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Holiday Cash is Here, & Police FCU is giving away up to $4,000!

Four Lucky Members Will Win up to $1,000 Each for the Holidays!

Special Holiday Loans
Police FCU Special Holiday Loans, available now through December 31.

Holiday Quick Draw Loan
Holiday Skip-A-Pay
Special Holiday Loan


Veteran’s Day
Monday, November 11, 2013

Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 28, 2013
(DC branch closed on Friday November 29 as well)

Christmas Day
Wednesday, December 25, 2013

New Year's Day
Wednesday, January 1, 2014

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Special Holiday Loans
Police FCU Special Holiday Loans, available now through December 31.

Call us today to get started! 301.817.1200

*Quick Draw Loan Payment Example: If you deposit $75 from a $750 Quick Draw loan to a savings account with the Credit Union, we’ll lower your interest rate to 18% APR*. Otherwise, your rate will be 24% APR. The total cost for a loan of $750 for five months would be either $54 or $67 including the $20 application fee, depending on whether you elect the savings option, and your monthly payment would be $156.83 or $159.14, respectively.
** There is a $30 service fee for each skipped payment, and interest will continue to accrue on your loan(s) and the loan term will be extended. Home Equity loans, Home Equity lines of Credit, First Mortgage Loans and VISA® Credit Cards are not eligible for the Skip-a-Payment program. Restrictions apply.
+ APR= Annual Percentage Rate. Rates are subject to change without prior notice and are based on borrowers’ credit score. Certain restrictions apply. Other programs available. Payment example: for this special repayment would be $178.40 per month.

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