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Skip Your August Loan Payment!

A little short on cash right now? Notre Dame FCU’s Skip-a-Payment may be a great solution for you! Simply log into your online banking and look for the Skip-a-Pay icon next to your eligible loan. For a fee of only $45 per loan, you can Skip-A-Payment for each of your eligible Notre Dame Federal Credit Union loans during August 2017.

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Skip-A-Payment is not available for mortgage, PRIMEquity, Equifast, PLOC, credit cards, or Student Loan payments. Your loans must be current and in good standing to qualify for the Skip-A-Payment promotion. You may not skip the first payment on your loan. There is a $45 fee for each loan payment that you “skip”. Notre Dame Federal Credit Union will notify you if the deferment cannot be granted for any reason. The deferment of this payment will cause an extension of the term of your loan, and interest will continue to accrue. If you have elected our Loan Protection Plan, covering Life and Disability, the request for deferment will not prolong this coverage beyond the original maturity date. Member acknowledges responsibility to cancel and reinstate transfers from another institution during the month of your skip a pay. Application must be completed through online banking.


The Start of a New School Year is the Perfect Time to Start Using Mobile Banking

With It’s Me 247 Mobile Banking, your college student can keep track of their money anywhere they go, on or off campus.  Log into Online Banking and click Go Mobile to learn more.


Head for the Great Outdoors!

Looking to purchase a new camper or trailer?  Apply for a loan with us.  Log into Online Banking, click New Accounts at the top of the page, then More Loan Info to view our rates.


Don’t Sweat Over Security Concerns

Keep cool this summer by staying one step ahead of scammers.  Remember never to respond to unsolicited requests for your financial information.  Review tips for keeping your money secure by visiting