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Holiday Skip-A-Payment!

Let the WINTER FUN begin with the Holiday Skip-A-Payment. You can skip
your December payment on your loan with the credit union. Mortgage, home
equity, Visa Credit Cards, and business loans are not eligible.
There is a low application fee of $35.00 per skip request. This fee will be
automatically withdrawn from your PSECU account. Interest will continue to
accrue. By skipping one or more payments, the term of the loan is extended.
Skipping a payment is easy! Just download the form below and fax it to us,
deliver it in person, or mail it in.

 

Download Form Here

 

*All PSECU loans must be current, with no collection action pending and must have been open for at least six (6) months. PSECU's Skip-A-Pay program allows you to skip up to two (2) monthly payments on your loan each calendar year. Skipped payments may not be in consecutive months. Your account must not be overdrawn, and you must have sufficient funds on deposit to cover the $35 application fee. Each loan payment is applied first to unpaid late fees and charges, then to the accrued interest due on the loan, and the remaining amount is applied to the principal balance. **A separate written Application, Disclosure, and Agreement must be completed and submitted for each loan on which the borrower(s) wish(es) to apply to skip a payment. Subsequent requests to skip payments on a loan for which a written Application, Disclosure and Agreement has already been submitted can be made by contacting PSECU. Other restrictions may apply. Refer to the account and loan disclosures and agreements. For auto loan payments, please check with your GAP insurance carrier to determine how Skip-A-Pay may affect your coverage. ***Loan payments made through ACH authorization from another institution will still be drawn and then deposited into your PSE savings account
All accounts are insured to $250,000 by American Share Insurance (ASI) a private member owned insurer. This institution is not federally insured. MEMBERS ACCOUNTS ARE NOT INSURED OR GUARANTEED BY ANY GOVERNMENT OR GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED AGENCY.

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