Join Our Team!

Employment Opportunity
Pueblo Government Agencies Federal Credit Union is a family oriented credit union and we are looking to add to our team! We are looking for that special person who is energetic and can serve our members with a friendly smile.
Full-time
Credit Union/Banking experience and some computer skills will be needed.
This position will include teller and back office duties.
Please send a resume to service@pgafcu.org
Must pass background check and drug test.

Closing Date 8/20/2021

Fraud to look out for

In the News- Fraud and Scams

The Colorado Department of Labor has reported that unemployment fraud is on the rise. If you or someone you know has been a victim of unemployment fraud, here are some steps to take:

  1. Notify all three major credit bureaus and request a “fraud alert” on your name and social security number
    TransUnion.com/fraud 800-680-7289
    Experian.com/fraudalert 888-397-3742
    Equifax.com/CreditReportAssistance 888-766-0008
  2. Notify your financial institution
  3. Visit IdentityTheft.gov to report identity theft to the FTC or call 1-877-438-4338
  4. File a police report
  5. Notify the IRS fraud hotline 1-800-908-4490
  6. Report the fraud to Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
  7. Create a file to keep all your records of fraud

More Tips to Avoid Identity Theft

Youth Saver CD’s

Certificates of Deposit (CD) are a type of investment account that typically yields more interest than that of a money market or savings account. A CD account is created with a maturity date, which means you cannot withdraw money from the account until it reaches full maturity. If you do need to withdraw the money before the maturity date, you will have to pay a penalty fee.

Key Benefits of Certificate of Deposit Accounts

  • offer several benefits to managing your savings and investments
  • give you a chance to earn higher interest than a regular savings
  • are protected by the NCUA
  • earn you money quickly through compounded interest. This means you will continue to earn money on the principal plus interest throughout the growth period.

About PGAFCU Certificates of Deposit

  • Must be a member of PGAFCU
  • Minimum balance to open a CD is $1,000.00
  • Cannot add to a CD until it reaches the maturity date.
  • Notices of certificate renewal are mailed before the certificate matures. Once the CD is mature, you have a 10 day grace period to make changes before it is set for another term.

See Rates

*Dividends accrued daily and paid quarterly. Additional deposits not allowed except at maturity. All certificates automatically renew unless specified otherwise.

IRA Certificates of Deposit

Certificates of Deposit (CD) earn higher interest than IRA Club Accounts.

  • Must be a member of PGAFCU
  • Minimum balance to open a CD is $1,000.00
  • Cannot add to a CD until it reaches the maturity date.
  • Notices of certificate renewal are mailed before the certificate matures. Once the CD is mature, you have a 10 day grace period to make changes before it is set for another term.

See Rates
*Dividends accrued daily and paid quarterly. Additional deposits not allowed except at maturity. All certificates automatically renew unless specified otherwise.

Certificates of Deposit (CD’s)

Certificates of Deposit (CD) are a type of investment account that typically yields more interest than that of a money market or savings account. A CD account is created with a maturity date, which means you cannot withdraw money from the account until it reaches full maturity. If you do need to withdraw the money before the maturity date, you will have to pay a penalty fee.

Key Benefits of Certificate of Deposit Accounts

  • offer several benefits to managing your savings and investments
  • give you a chance to earn higher interest than a regular savings
  • are protected by the NCUA
  • earn you money quickly through compounded interest. This means you will continue to earn money on the principal plus interest throughout the growth period.

About PGAFCU Certificates of Deposit

  • Must be a member of PGAFCU
  • Minimum balance to open a CD is $1,000.00
  • Cannot add to a CD until it reaches the maturity date.
  • Notices of certificate renewal are mailed before the certificate matures. Once the CD is mature, you have a 10 day grace period to make changes before it is set for another term.

See Rates
*Dividends accrued daily and paid quarterly. Additional deposits not allowed except at maturity. All certificates automatically renew unless specified otherwise.

Our response to COVID-19

UPDATE Effective May 15, 2021
Our lobbies are open and we are asking everyone to please follow the new CO State recommendations: https://covid19.colorado.gov/mask-guidance “A mask-wearing requirement for Colorado first went into effect in July 2020 and recently was amended in Executive Order D 2021 103 on May 14, 2021.
The amended Executive Order states that fully vaccinated people can go without masks in public indoor spaces unless the setting requires otherwise.
Unvaccinated people over age 11 are encouraged to continue wearing masks in all public indoor spaces where members of different households are present.”
Before entering the lobby, we may ask you to briefly remove your mask for identification.
We appreciate your patience as we continue to work through this together!
Thank you for your understanding, and be safe and healthy.

Mobile Banking App

Banking Anywhere, Anytime!

We are excited to announce our newest location! Here’s a hint… it’s probably in your hand! It’s your smartphone!

With our PGAFCU Mobile Banking App, you’re able to take PGAFCU with you anywhere you go. Our goal is to save you time and make banking easier!

  • Quick, Secure Login via password, fingerprint or facial recognition
  • View Transactions
  • Make Transfers
  • Bill Pay
  • NOW AVAILABLE- Deposit Checks!

*Must have access to online banking. First, you will need to login to your online banking and complete the Mobile Setup, then download the app from your iTunes or Google Play App Stores.

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