Membership in the credit union is open to postal employees, retirees of the postal service, organizations of the postal service, contract employees and any related person. The credit union also has Select Employee Groups whose employees and any related person is eligible for membership, which include ADVO, CITY OF HARRISON OHIO, ROSE EXTERMINATORS, NORBAR INC., and KITCHENS BY RUTENSCHROER.
When you become a member of this credit union we hope you would want your relatives to also take advantage of the great services and rates available to all members. It is very simple to join the credit union -- all it takes is a completed signed membership card along with proper identification and membership verification and a minimum deposit of at least $5.00. There is a $0.25 membership fee which is charged for each member joining. It is necessary for potential members to fill out the membership card completely with at least $5.25 if a single account.
We have several types of membership available:
You must be eligible for membership in the credit union and the account is in your name and you are the only person who may make any financial transactions on this account.
You must be eligible for membership in the credit union, but your account is set up that another person is authorized to make financial transactions on your account. The joint person does not have to be eligible for credit union membership.
You must be eligible for membership in the credit union and the account is in your name and you are the only person who may make any financial transactions on this account, but you have set up a beneficiary on this account, so the funds in the account at the time of your demise will be made available to the person you appointed beneficiary after all necessary documents are presented.
The organization must be an organization or association of the US Postal Service. It may be a group of postal employees who have come together for a specific purpose, such as the Children's Christmas Fund or a union that serves postal employees. Two or more signatures are required to open this type of account. A certified resolution is required to be completed to direct the credit union as to who is authorized to transact on this account.