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  • APRs ranging from 9.9 to 18.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

Genisys Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 9.9 to 18.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25
  • APRs ranging from 11.5 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $29

Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 11.5 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $29
  • APRs ranging from 10.15 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

NASA Federal Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 10.15 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35
  • APRs ranging from 6.15 to 17.15 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $50
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

OnPoint Community Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 6.15 to 17.15 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $50
  • Late payment penalties up to $25
  • APRs ranging from 8.99 to 18.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15

Redwood Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 8.99 to 18.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15
  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 24.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

SECU

  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 24.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25
  • APRs ranging from 10.99 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $30

Space Coast Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 10.99 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $30
  • APRs ranging from 5.24 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties of up to $25

Unify Financial Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 5.24 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties of up to $25
  • APRs ranging from 8.75 to 11.75%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU)

  • APRs ranging from 8.75 to 11.75%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
  • APRs ranging from 9.99 to 22.99 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $89
  • Late payment penalties of up to $10

San Diego County Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 9.99 to 22.99 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $89
  • Late payment penalties of up to $10
  • APRs ranging from 9.9 to 18.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

Genisys Credit Union currently has 28 branches across Michigan, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania. Members have access to banking services, loans, investments, insurance, and credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 11.5 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $29

Financial institutions can sometimes be very impersonal businesses to work with because of the sheer amount of people that are served. Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union comes at the whole business differently and from a much more personal approach. As a local company serving the residents of the Hudson Valley, this staff understands the unique circumstances and desires of this community which allows them to give more personalized products and services. Those who are eligible to be Hudson Valley members will be able to utilize all services offered by major institutions like a variety of accounts, credit cards, loans, insurance, finance center, and investments. Fifty years of experience has allowed this credit union to develop a system that truly puts the customer first.

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  • APRs ranging from 10.15 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

With a history dating back to 1949, NASA Federal Credit Union seeks to empower people to achieve a brighter financial future by delivering convenient financial value through three credit card options. Because NASA Federal Credit Union is partnered with Visa, its credit card options utilize the Visa network to protect cardholders from fraud, provide competitive rates, and offer two rewards programs.

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  • APRs ranging from 6.15 to 17.15 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $50
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

Originally founded in 1932 as Portland Teachers Credit Union, OnPoint Community Credit Union has rebranded and expanded its charter to become the largest community-owned financial institution in Oregon. With a community charter granted in 2005, and was later expanded in 2007, 2009, and 2011, the organization has grown to expand its membership eligibility to those living or working in thirteen counties in Oregon and two counties in Washington. Currently the credit union allows membership to those living or working in Benton, Clackamas, Crook, Columbia, Deschutes, Jefferson, Lane, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington, and Yamhill counties in Oregon and Clark and Skamania counties in Washington. Family members of current members are also eligible for membership. The credit union offers its customers all of the financial products that one would expect from checking/savings accounts to loans, mortgages, and credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 8.99 to 18.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15

Redwood Credit Union has been serving the communities of the Northern Bay area of California since the 1950s. This local credit union has a serious dedication to its members and their success, which is shown through the services and resources offered. Like most financial institutions, members can utilize several services, including checking and savings accounts, a variety of loans, credit cards, and investments. Redwood Credit Union also provides its members with free educational resources to help them understand their finances.

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  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 24.0 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

SECU was founded in 1951 and has grown to have over 230,000 members since that time. The credit union is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, and membership is available for those who live in, work in, or attend school in the state of Maryland, and their relatives. SECU attributes its longevity to its members and the organization's sound financial planning and investments.

Members enjoy a full-service financial service institution and can receive banking, savings, loans, credit cards, college or retirement planning, as well as insurance products from the credit union.

SECU is highly involved in community service and support in Maryland.

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  • APRs ranging from 10.99 to 17.99 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $30

Space Coast Credit Union (SCCU) was originally chartered in 1951 as Patrick Air Force Base Credit Union. The original targeted membership was military personnel stationed at the base. As the area's member demographic expanded, the organization changed its name to reflect this expansion. At present, Space Coast Credit Union serves over 290,000 with 58 branches, and its membership is available to those living or working on Florida's east coast. Membership to Space Coast Credit Union gives individuals and businesses access to a comprehensive portfolio of financial products at competitive rates. Included in the credit union's portfolio are saving/checking accounts, mortgages, auto, business, and personal loans, as well as Visa debit or credit cards. SCCU offers its members a choice of four cards - the Platinum, Student, and Secured Visa cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 5.24 to 18 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties of up to $25

In the 1940s, Unify Financial Credit Union was known as Western Air Federal Credit Union by employees of Western Airlines. Today, Unify has over $2 billion in assets, nationwide branches, and more 190,000 account holders. Unify Financial Credit Union offers five credit cards for consumers to choose from: the Visa Classic, the Visa Gold, the Visa Platinum, the Visa Share Secured, and the Engage Rewards Visa Signature.

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  • APRs ranging from 8.75 to 11.75%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Digital Federal Credit Union, commonly known as DCU, was first chartered in 1979. The credit union is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, and serves over 500,000 members in all fifty states. Members are able to access several products designed to meet their financial needs, including insurance, real estate, securities, and credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 9.99 to 22.99 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $89
  • Late payment penalties of up to $10

San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) is the city and county of San Diego's largest financial institution with local ownership and control. The original charter for the credit union was granted in 1938 to service county employees. The credit union's clientele was greatly expanded in the 1970s to allow any resident of San Diego the opportunity to join. Current residential membership requirements include all residents of San Diego, Riverside, or Orange Counties. Those who work in these areas are also eligible to join. For those living and working outside of these counties, membership is available via membership in the Financial Fitness Association. The credit union is a not-for-profit entity, and currently serves over 320,000 members, offering financial products to meet their needs.

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