2 EFCU LOAN RATES Annual Percentage Rates (APR) current as of All rates are subject to change. AUTO LOANS 24 Months 36 Months 48 Months 60 Months 72 Months 84 Months A+ 1.49% A+ 1.99% A+ 2.24% A+ 2.99% A+ 3.49% A+ 4.24% A+ 1.99% A+ 2.49% A+ 2.74% A+ 3.49% A+ 3.99% A+ 4.74% B 5.99% B 6.49% B 6.74% B 7.49% B 7.99% B 8.74% C 6.99% C 7.49% C 7.74% C 8.49% C 8.99% C 9.74% D 11.99% D 12.49% D 12.74% D 13.49% D N/A D N/A E 14.99% E 15.49% E 15.74% E 16.49% E N/A E N/A SIGNATURE LOANS 12 Months 24 Months 36 Months 48 Months 60 Months A+ 9.25% A+ 9.75% A % A % A % A % A % A % A % A % B 13.25% B 13.75% B 14.25% B 14.50% B 14.75% C 14.25% C 14.75% C 15.25% C 15.50% C 15.75% D 16.75% D 16.75% D 17.25% D 17.50% D 17.75% E 18.00% E N/A E N/A E N/A E N/A CREDIT SCORING CHART A+ = 720+ C = A = D = B = E = 549 & less *APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is determined by member's credit score and loan term.
3 Electrical Federal Credit Union Fee Schedule All fees are subject to change without notice Effective 05/01/2015 Transaction Type Fee Additional Statement Copy Request $1.00 per page American Express Money Orders $2.00 Annual ACH Origination Fee $15.00 one time fee for monthly authorization ATM Issue Card/Reissue Card Fee $10.00 charged bi-annually ACH Origination Fee Per Transaction ACH Returned NSF ACH Stop Payment $30.00 $30.00 $10.00 per ACH Below Par monthly fee Bill Pay Proof of Payment Business Account Fee monthly fee Business Check Deposit Fee $0.10 Carfax $20.00 Cash Advance (Non-member/Non EFCU Visa) per check deposited per vehicle look up Cashier s Check $4.00 Close Account Within 6 Months of Opening per suffix Colorado Payback Processing Fee 2% of share balance or whichever is less Copy of Member Issued Cleared Check $2.50 each Copy of CU Issued Check Courtesy Pay $10.00 $30.00 per item Credit Union Checks $4.00 payable to other than member CUSN Transactions $1.00 after 8 withdrawals per month Deposited Item Returned Deposit Return From Your Account at Another Financial Institution Dormant Account Fee monthly after 1 year dormant Draft Account Reconciliation/Research per hr in any 30 day period/1 hour minimum Duplicate Title Fee Excess HELOC Advance Fee $10.00 after maximum draws Excess Money Market Withdrawals $15.00 after 2 per month Expedited Plastic Fee $35.00 Fax $1.00 per page Filing Fees $ state requirements Garnishments $50.00 Home Equity Application $50.00 Insurance Non-Compliance Fee (Secured Loans) 1% of outstanding balance monthly International Check Deposit $7.50 per check Loan Extension
4 Loan Late Payment Fee after 10 day grace period Negative Account Balance Fee daily Non Member Notary Service per stamp NSF Items $30.00 ON-US Checks for Non-Members $3.00 Out of Network ATM fee Outgoing Domestic Wire Photo Copies of Transactions PIN Replacement $1.00 $2.50 $10.00 every trans not on a CO-OP or Jeanie Network VISA credit cards only Plastic Card Replacement Refinance Consumer Loan Application Fee $95.00 no cash out-decrease APR Refinance HELOC Application Fee $ no cash out-decrease APR Re-open Account Within 6 Months of Closing $15.00 per suffix Return Statement Bad Address Skip A Pay (Holiday) per loan, per month Stop Payment Order Subordination Fee $ Teller Checks $4.00 payable to other than member Visa Gift Card Visa Late Fees $27.00/38.00 Visa NSF Western Union $ st occurrence, $38.00 subsequent Board Approved: 02/26/2015 **KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT ACTIVE TO AVOID DORMANCY FEES. ONE TRANSACTION PER YEAR KEEPS IT ACTIVE**
5 Regulation D and how it affects your accounts Please note: Federal Reserve Regulation D is a directive of the government, not Electrical Federal Credit Union. Federal Regulations require Electrical FCU to limit the way withdrawals may be made from share savings, club savings, CDs and money market accounts. Withdrawals in excess of these limits may result in fees, pre-authorized debits and checks being returned unpaid, and/or account closure. Members sometimes wonder why share savings, club savings, CDs and money market accounts have different terms or pay different interest rates. One of the reasons is Regulation D: Regulation D applies to all financial institutions The Regulation was implemented by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to ensure financial institutions maintain adequate reserves for the funds they have on deposit and ensure sufficient funds are available to meet member's withdrawal demands. Reserve requirements are based upon a financial institution's total balance held in transaction versus non-transaction accounts. The regulation establishes operating parameters for each account category, such as transaction accounts (checking accounts) and non-transaction accounts (share savings, club savings, CDs, money market accounts.) The Federal Reserve requires financial institutions to treat a typical savings account differently from a checking account. Savings accounts are intended to be established for long term savings with few withdrawals. On the other hand, checking accounts are established for frequent transactions. Regulation D places limits on the type and number of withdrawals that can be made from certain non-transaction accounts (share savings, club savings, CDs and money market accounts). Checking accounts are deemed to be transaction accounts and have no such transfer withdrawal limitations. Regulation D Limitations Share Savings, Club Savings, CD's and Money Market Deposit Accounts: During any calendar month, you may not make more than six withdrawals or transfers to another credit union account of yours or to a third party by means of pre-authorized or automatic transfer or telephonic order or instruction. No more than six transfers may be made by check, draft, debit card if applicable, or similar order to a third party. To help you understand these Regulation D savings account transaction limitations and to avoid excess activity charges, please review the following information: Non-Limited Transactions: Deposits including night drop box deposits
6 ATM cash withdrawals and transfers (subject to daily amount limits and sufficient available funds) Withdrawals or transfers made in person at Electrical Federal Credit Union or at a CU Service Center Withdrawals or transfer requests made by mail or by night drop at Electrical Federal Credit Union Automatic, telephonic and Home Banking transfer made to repay your Electrical FCU loan Limited Transactions: Only six transactions from a non-transaction account per calendar month may be made by check, by Cashier's Check payable to a third party, by pre-authorized withdrawals (either electronically or by written permission), or by Bill Payments through Home Banking. Automatic transfers from a non-transaction account to another deposit account at Electrical Federal Credit Union Automatic transfers from a non-transaction account to a third party or another institution Telephone transfers including those initiated through Access 24 CU+ and those initiated by phone call, fax or from a non-transaction account through a credit union representative Home Banking transfers from a non-transaction account Overdraft transfers from a non-transaction account to a checking account In order to ensure that no more than the permitted number of withdrawals or transfers is made, the regulation requires that the depository institution take steps to prevent excessive transactions. Excessive Transactions: Withdrawals or transfers by mail, in person at our office or a CU Service Center and through the ATM are unlimited and not subject to the Regulation D six-transfer/withdrawal limitation. Transfers/withdrawals in excess of the six-transfer/withdrawal limitations as described above may be subject to fees. These fees include Non-Sufficient Funds fees and/or Courtesy Pay fees if we cannot transfer funds from the savings to the checking account because the six-transfer/withdrawal limitation for the calendar month has been reached. For members who continue to violate those limits after they have been contacted by the depository institution, the Regulation requires that the account be closed, the funds be transferred to a transaction account that the depositor is eligible to maintain, or transfer and draft capabilities be taken away. If you anticipate more frequent transactions and only have a share savings non-transaction account, contact Electrical Federal Credit Union at or toll free at to discuss your options.
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