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Paul Quinn Field of Membership
Paul Quinn FCU now has two types of Membership opportunities:
1) Full membership is open members of Macedonia A.M.E Church and the members of their families as defined by the Federal Credit Union By-Laws.

2) Paul Quinn FCU is now able to offer a Dividend Backed Saving Accounts to the public.

How to Join:
To join the Credit Union, simply open a share savings account with as little as $5.00, and a $1 joining fee. Bring a
government ID (if applicable) or a civilian ID (e.g., driver’s license). The $5 is your opening share in the credit union.

Lifetime Benefits:
You are welcome to remain a credit union member for life, regardless of whether you move, change jobs, or retire. You will continue to have access to the same benefits and services.


Important Information about Opening Your Account at the Paul Quinn Federal Credit Union

(USA Patriot Act Sec. 326)

Federal Law requires that all financial institutions obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. Therefore, when you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth and other information that will enable us to identify you. We may also ask to see your government issued identification or other identifying documents. Paul Quinn FCU is committed to preserving and protecting the confidentiality of its members' personal information. The credit union will maintain strong security controls to ensure that personal member information is protected from unauthorized use. Privacy Statement




Membership Application - (part 1)

Membership Application - (part 2)

Membership Verification - (part 1)

* Fill out top portion of form only. No need to Notarize *

Membership Verification - (part 2)


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