FICO® Score

The score of life. Your FICO® score shows how responsible you are with borrowed money such as credit cards and loans, whether you pay your bills on time and much more.

Your credit report holds a lot of weight.

Your credit report is a record of your current and past debt, as well as your payment history. It's important because it can impact so many parts of your life, including your ability to rent an apartment, buy a house or car, get a loan, and even be hired for certain jobs.

Know what's in your credit report and what your score means

Access your FICO® score within Online Banking. This service is completely free and won't impact your score.

To offer more help, we produced these quick videos that explain details about your credit report and score so you can establish good habits that will strengthen your foundation.

Need more information or assistance? Please contact us because we're here to help.

Still Have Questions?

A variety of factors impact your credit score including the number and severity of late payments, your total number of credit accounts and loans, the type and age of your accounts, the amount of credit you have utilized on your cards, total debt, the number of new credit accounts that you have recently opened, and the number of recent credit inquiries(applying for credit cards and loans). 

Log into digital banking, select 'Account Services' and click/tap FICO Score.

We have loan options for members with limited or no credit history including Share and Certificate Secured Loans, a Share and Certificate secured Visa and the Cash to Go loan.

The FICO Score (based on Equifax data) is posted in Digital Banking and is updated on a quarterly basis. 

Yes, we offer secured credit cards.  We freeze funds equal to the desired balance.  The money is still yours but is security for the credit line.

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