“I have always preferred credit unions because of the personal approach to each member. I value ACFCU’s financial education programs, in our classrooms and in the community…
…I first learned about ACFCU after becoming an employee with Arlington Public Schools. I enjoyed my experiences with ACFCU’s staff at the Drew Elementary School student branch. They were very kind and warm to our students, which helped my understanding and desire to become a member. There are significant advantages to joining a credit union including excellent, personalized service. The process to join was simple and supportive. I choose ACFCU because they are instrumental to our community.”
“I recommend ACFCU all the time because of its excellent customer service and reinvestment in the community. I remind people that a credit union is not a bank. At ACFCU I’m treated like I’m part of the organization because I’m a member – not just an account holder. I am glad I had the opportunity to join ACFCU when I began working for Arlington County…
…So many of ACFCU’s staff have been very helpful. Everyone who helped me get my account open was so nice. I thought that was a good start! Karen Rosales and Jim Wilmot are great ambassadors. I really appreciate the patience and guidance of Patricia Tadjdeh, too. I wish I could remember everyone’s names who have helped me over the years. I like that I can call if I need anything and I like that the website is very user-friendly. These are important attributes of my financial institution. Not only that, they are an asset to our community and their involvement is a great reinvestment. I’m excited to be a member of this community and my favorite credit union!”
“What better way to invest your money than with an organization that gives back to the community? ACFCU isn’t just a credit union, they are an organization that prioritizes giving back to their community. Why would you go anywhere else!…
..I appreciate all that [ACFCU] does with community engagement. ACFCU always goes above and beyond whenever I have questions or issues. They’re very responsive to my needs.”
“As a teenager, I loved how easy it was to sign up with ACFCU. It’s such an incredible feeling to not have to worry about how much money you have, and you feel in great control of your finances. Making transactions with Venmo or PayPal, or cashing in checks or even using the free ATMs at 7/11 are perfect and infinitely helpful features for minors.”
“ACFCU definitely cares about its members. I was very pleased with how responsive the credit union was when it came to coronavirus. They were able to make changes to help members get the services that they needed.”
“I absolutely love the convenience of ACFCU’s mobile app and mobile wallet, and with Bill Pay, adulting is done in a snap.”
If you’re connected with Arlington, Fairfax County, City of Alexandria, and/or the City of Falls church, you’re most likely eligible to bank with us. What you might not know is that people in your family can probably bank with us, too – even if they don’t live in one of those areas.
As a full-service credit union, we’re a cooperative of members like you who know that by coming together, we can all benefit in our financial journey.
Some members received a small incentive in exchange for their testimonials.
*Acceptable documentation to verify address include valid U.S. driver’s license or state-issued identiﬁ cation card; DMV change of address card; utility bill, not more than two months old including electric, gas, water, sewer, cable or phone bill (cellular phone bills are not accepted); annual Social Security statement for the current calendar year; original payroll check stub issued most recently by an employer; certiﬁ ed copy of school records/transcript from the school in which the applicant is currently enrolled, issued by a school accredited by a U.S. state, jurisdiction, or territory (report cards are not accepted); original or certiﬁ ed copy of deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement; or an executed residential rental lease agreement; postmarked U.S. mail with forwarding address label (must display the applicant’s full name); voter registration card; vehicle registration card; Social Security stub attached to Social Security card