All In Credit Union (AL)

Overview / Commentary
238 Virginia Ave PO Drawer 8
Daleville, AL 36322

All In Credit Union (AL) is headquartered in Daleville and is the 3rd largest credit union in the state of Alabama. It is also the 148th largest credit union in the nation. It was established in 1966 and as of June of 2023, it had grown to 404 employees and 171,908 members at 32 locations. All In Credit Union (AL) has a B+ health rating.

Field of Membership Restrictions

Membership in All In Credit Union is open to: (1) all U.S. citizens/residents aliens who belong to the Fort Rucker/Wiregrass Chapter of the Association of United States Army (AUSA); (2) those who live, work, worship, attend school or volunteer in Walton County, Florida; (3) those who live, work, attend school or worship in Crenshaw or Pike Counties in Alabama; (4) those who live, work, attend school or worship in select areas of Coffee, Mobile, Covington, or Houston Counties in Alabama; (5) active duty, civilians, and retirees attached to Fort Rucker, Alabama or in the Mobile Bay area; (6) employees, members, and students of any of more than 800 civilian businesses and organizations; (7) family of current All In Credit Union members or employees.
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Easy Opening And Good CD Rates

I recently opened A 12 Month CD with unlimited add on with a 5.75% APYI received a call from a representative 3 days after applying and was able to fund by credit card. I also found out that you can open multiple 12 Month CD's so if the rate remains at 5.75%, I will open another 12 Month CD to extend the time I will receive the 5.75% rate. No problem linking accounts for external transfers and have used shared banking to deposit funds rather than a wire transfer to save the wire fee. I received interest rate from the day they received the deposit - a two day hold on withdrawal was applied. So far so good with this credit union.

Easy Membership Enrollment For Out-Of-State Applicants

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Enrollment without any associations to the membership eligibility list involved selecting “none of the above, please reach out to me” option which is located at the end of the list of eligible associations. The balance of the on-line application was straight forward. Assuming your application is accepted at the end of the on-line enrollment process, you can use the “Check Status of Application” function to verify a conditional approval along with a note stating you will be contacted within 24 to 48 hours, in my case I contacted the CU after waiting 72 hours. Once I connected to one of their MSRs it was just a 10-to-15-minute process to complete the membership/savings account application. I was required to make a one-time $20 donation to the Army Aviation Museum Foundation along with $5 to fund the savings account and a one-time $1 membership fee.

The next day I wired funds to open a jumbo CD account, once received I was able to open the account quickly.

Their operating policy requires customers to open a checking account with a minimum deposit of $25 to enable their outbound ACH external transfer option; inbound transfers sent from other financial institutions are unrestricted.

As for credit checks, it is my understanding they do a soft pull using Equifax. My credit history is frozen at the big three reporting agencies and I did not have to remove the freeze.

Customer service is outstanding. They are very knowledgeable and responsive. They may be overwhelmed for some period of time given their current rate-leading 5-year CD rates.

All In Credit Union, Easy To Join

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I am a retired civilian who did not have a ready way to apply for All IN accounts except by joining AUSA. I have worked at Ft. Rucker and Red Stone in Alabama as an Engineer for Boeing on the Apache Helicopter, but that will not get you in. I am retired now in AZ.

From start to finish it took less than 24 hours to be approved by All In. Here are the steps I took:

1. Joined AUSA at selecting 2 year free membership late last night.

2. I was not assigned to any chapter after logging in. So I emailed [email protected] and requested "I would like to be assigned to the Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter, Fort Rucker, AL, United States. " . I also attached a copy/paste of my membership information found when logging on at AUSA into the email.

3. This morning I received an email from AUSA saying "You are now in the Fort Rucker Wiregrass Chapter." Important to keep this email.

4. So I applied at All In this morning, making sure to select "AUSA-Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter- Fort Rucker, AL- Members" from the first pull down list. No issues as this is similar to other Credit Union application interfaces.

5. I applied for the 60 month 5% CD not the Jumbo. I chose this time to use PLAID for funding. All went well but there is a 50k limit on ACH funding of the non Jumbo CD.

6. I got a very friendly call later today from All In. They asked if I have ever been assigned to Fort Rucker. I said no but I was a member of AUSA-Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter. She asked if I had any proof. I told her I had an email. She asked me to forward it to her email address. I did and she ran it through her manager while I was on hold. Came back approved. Very friendly CSR. Phone call lasted 8 minutes.

7. I received 2 emails to docu-sign the application for both me and my wife within an hour. We signed electronically. Downloaded as PDFs. Contains your member ID which you will need to complete he sign in process.

8. Went online and completed the sign-in process.
Logged in, and it showed the 2 accounts fully funded. Checked my ACH bank and it has yet to be hit with the withdrawal ACH.

9 Downloaded the ALL IN app. Logged in. All looks great.

I give the process a 5/5, web experience 5/5, and customer service a 5/5. Oh, and go ARMY!


Review From An Experienced Banking/CU Customer

Based on my KYC experience with All In, I cancelled my membership application. Their new account person wasn't familiar with how my state's DL looks (cross-hatching around the photo, to prevent fake licenses.) Because of this, they required a second ID form (not a utility bill) that I don't carry with me. They also insisted that I lift a credit freeze, which couldn't be done until I receive a letter by snail mail.
If this were the first online bank or CU account that I had ever tried to open, I could put it down to customer inexperience on my part. But it isn't my first or tenth.
My advice to potential customers is keep in mind that you can find competitive interest rates which may be less of a challenge during the application process. Your mileage may vary, and let's hope that it does.



Health Grade Components

NCUA #17642
Year Chartered1966
Primary Regulator
Profit Margin
Return on Assets - YTD0.83%
Return on Equity - YTD10.02%
Annual Interest Income$74.2MM
Assets and Liabilities
AssetsQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$2.92B$2.22B
LoansQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$2.29B$1.59B
DepositsQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$2.34B$1.99B
Equity CapitalQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$237.0MM$215.1MM
Loan Loss AllowanceQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$24.1MM$16.0MM
Unbacked Noncurrent LoansQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$16.7MM$7.1MM
Real Estate OwnedQ2 2023vs Q2 2022$0$0

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