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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

Deposit a check in a snap of a button! Read More

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Make a Payment

TO MAKE A PAYMENT TO YOUR PGAFCU LOAN FROM ANOTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTION:

Using your debit or credit card…

Click Here to go to SWBC Payments *

A $7.50 flat fee will apply. In order to avoid a delay in processing, please use your

PGAFCU loan number, not your member number or savings / checking account

numbers when processing a payment.

Electronic check payments processed before 6 p.m. MST will post to your account the following business day.

Electronic debit or credit card payments processed before 6 p.m. MST will take up to two business days to post to your account.

IF YOU ARE A FIRST TIME USER, YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER.

YOU WILL ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT WITH YOUR EMAIL AND A PASSWORD.

*By clicking on the link above you will visit a site not owned by Pueblo Government

Agencies Federal Credit Union. PGAFCU has no control over the content of the

site. The link is provided for your convenience only.

If you would like to set up recurring payments from another financial institution to Pueblo Government Agencies FCU please print, fill out, and return this Recurring Authorization Form SWBC form to the credit union. You may bring it to a branch near you or you can fax it to 719-542-8581. For questions about this form, please contact the lending department at 719-542-3379.

 

Additional ways to make your payment:

  1. Bill Pay from your other bank/credit union.
  2. Mail a check or money order. Be sure to include your loan account number on the memo line.
  3. Pay from your PGAFCU savings or checking account via Online Banking. You will need to log in, then use the Transfer Funds box.
  4. Payroll Deduction from your employer. Ask your employer if they can send part of your paycheck to your PGAFCU savings or checking account. They will need the Routing Number (9 digits) and Account Number (please verify this with us).
    Option 1: Once the funds are deposited to your account, you can log in to your PGAFCU Online Banking to Transfer the Funds to your loan.
    Option 2. Set up a Recurring Transfer through Online Banking.
    Option 3. Contact us to set up an Automatic Distribution.
  5. Visit us in person!

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