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Money Market Share Accounts

Regular and Platinum Access Money Markets are perfect for short-term savings goals where you’re able to keep your money available to you, whenever you need it.

  • Earn Higher Annual Percentage Yields with Platinum Access Market Share Accounts
  • Liquidity of funds provides excellent access to cash
  • Funds are insured by the NCUA
  • Great for members with higher deposit balances seeking a higher interest rate
  • Unlimited in-person withdrawals and transfers

Regular Market Share Account

  • Open this insured account with only a $1,000 minimum
  • Minimum withdrawal amount is $300
  • Unlimited in-branch withdrawals
  • Dividends are calculated daily and paid monthly
  • Share savings dividend rate is received if balance falls below $1,000
  • National Credit Union Administration insured to at least $250,000
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Platinum Access Market Share Account

  • $2,500 Minimum Balance To Open
  • Check Access (up to 6 per month)
  • Earn higher dividends on higher deposit balances
  • Unlimited In-Person Withdrawals Or Transfers
  • No Monthly Fees
  • Free Personalized Checks
  • Dividends are calculated daily and paid month
  • Can be tied to your ATM / Debit Card for ATM access
  • NCUA insured to at least $250,000
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    My Loan Officer, Mireya, is truly an asset to ECSFCU. She is competent, articulate, sweet and compassionate. When there was an error in the payoff of my car, Mireya personally took a credit union check and drove it to the dealer to correct it, the same day. We are thankful for the time and effort she put into this important transaction.  That’s customer service, and she is leading the pack!



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