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Parishioners Federal Credit Union: New Online Services Now Available

Date: Monday, January 28, 2013
From: Archdiocese of Los Angeles Priority: Normal
Parishioners Federal Credit Union began in 1961 due to the efforts of Msgr. James A. O’Gorman of St. James Parish in Redondo Beach.  It has grown to be the largest Catholic-affiliated credit union in the State of California, offering a full range of financial services, including car loans (for new and used cars), mortgages, home equity lines of credit, checking accounts, and savings accounts.  All parishioners of the San Pedro Pastoral Region are eligible to join, as are all teachers in the archdiocese’s parish elementary schools, and employees of other select organizations, such as Catholic Charities.
 
The credit union is now offering a new eServices Suite of Products.  Accessed by way of its redesigned website, the suite includes:
 
---Internet Banking:  Displays account information, easier transfers, and help with budgeting
---Bill Pay:  Enables members to make payments and review pending payments     
---Mobile Banking:  Allows the same features as with Internet banking to access information, products, and services using a smartphone, cell phone, or other wireless device
---Voice Banking:  Call 1-800-599-7433 to check balances, access recent history, place a stop payment on a check, or reorder checks
---eStatements:  Members receive notification when their statements are ready and are able to view their statements online to balance their checkbooks
 
For more information on the Credit Union, including eligibility and the full range of financial services offered, please contact Parishioners Federal Credit Union at either (310) 320-4588 or toll-free at (888) 397-5111.  The Credit Union has more information on its website at:
 
See the February 2013 issue of U.S. Catholic for an article in the good work of credit unions.  U.S. Catholic is published by the Claretians, a religious community founded by St. Anthony Claret, the patron saint of credit unions.  The article is available at:
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