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6.10% 16-Month CD at Agriculture FCU Expires End of Monday

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Agriculture Federal Credit Union
According to the AFCU's customer service rep, the Let It Grow Certificate Special will be ending at the end of next Monday. I called after I noticed the 16-month CD is no longer being shown as an option in the online application, and just this morning, it doesn't seem to be listed on the website. The CSR said that this CD can't be funded directly from the online application. She recommended to fund your savings account online and then call to have the money transfered into the CD.

This credit union is available to anyone. For more information about this special and this credit union, please refer to my post.
  Tags: Agriculture Federal Credit Union, Virginia, Maryland

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8 comments.
Comment #1 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
my 25 k 16mo. cd shows up on internet banking as a non dividend account. Called AFCU about it and was assured this was just a temporary glitch they were trying to fix , the other cd's I have with them looked okay .

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Comment #2 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
Called and asked if I could renew the 6 months into the 16 months even though it has not matured yet. Was able to do it. Very accomodating customer service.

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Comment #3 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
I called and asked if I can renew my cd that is maturing 11/30 and was denied. Who did you speak with?

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Comment #4 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
called about renewing 6 mo cd into 16 mo too, customer service said I would lose interest, so I decided to just let the CD expire

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Comment #5 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
AFCU has excellent cust. svs.
Spk with supervisor if needed to be accomodated as you would like.
Thanks for info on non-div. acct., saw same.

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Comment #6 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
Called today to open a 60-month share certificate. CSR said that tomorrow the rate would increase from 5.65% APY to 6.00% APY.

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Comment #7 by Anonymous posted on
Anonymous
Not impressed with their customer service. Couldn't get an answer by telephone so I have sent two letters asking them to clarify in writing the rate terms for the certificate which shows up as "non dividend account". Gotten no reply. Next letter will be a complaint filed with NCUA.

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Comment #8 by Banking Guy (anonymous) posted on
Banking Guy
Thanks for the info. I'm a member of AFCU, but I haven't had much communication with them. I hope they can improve their customer service. Please let us know how it goes.

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