PWC

Employees Credit Union

Thank you for your interest in PWC Employees Credit Union!

There are many services offered by PWC ECU that we hope will meet your specific financial needs.

Who can Join

All employees and volunteers of a Prince William County governmental unit within the geographic boundaries of Prince William County are eligible to become members of PWC Employees Credit Union.

Once a member, that person’s immediate family becomes eligible to become members.

Who is included in the “immediate family”?

The immediate family is defined as:
spouse
children and grandchildren (step and adopted)
parents
grandparents
siblings (brothers and sisters)

How Do I Join?

To join PWC Employees Credit Union, click the following link to fill out the PWC Employees CU Membership Application and bring or send it with IDs (copies of IDs if you mail it) and the opening deposit to the Credit Union.

For Co-Applicants, fill out the PWC Employees CU Membership Application – Co-Applicant.

The opening deposit is $10.00. A minimum balance of $100.00 will earn dividends. Due to federal regulations, the Credit Union is required to have two forms of identification to open a membership. One ID must be a non-expired, government-issued ID, such as a state driver’s license, military ID, passport or employer photo ID. Other documents accepted for the second ID include pay stubs, certified birth certificates, employment contract or utility bills.

Upon opening your account, you immediately become entitled to take advantage of all of the products and services offered by PWC Employees Credit Union. Our share draft (checking) accounts have no minimum balance requirement or monthly service charges. The first order of checks is free. We also have low interest rate loans and high interest rate certificates.

If you wish to have a specific amount automatically deducted from your pay, to be deposited into your account at the Credit Union, please contact one of our member service reps at (703) 680-1143 or (703) 369-7333 to request a payroll deduction form be sent to you. For direct deposit of your net check, contact your payroll department at work or the Credit Union for a form.

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