Save More For The Season
TruEnergy FCU wants to help members increase their cash flow this holiday season, which is why we’ve brought the gift of Skip-A-Pay back for the Holidays. With Skip-A-Pay you can skip your December loan payment.* It’s a hassle-free way to free up more cash for the season to spend on the things like gifts, trips, bills and more. It costs just $30 per loan.
Avoid wiping out your savings this season.
Free up your funds and use the cash you save to help pay for seasonal expenses like:
- Gifts for the family
- Holiday bills
- Travel expenses
- Sprucing up the home
Sign Up For Skip-A-Pay Today!
It’s easy and hassle-free. Just complete our form here, stop by the credit union or give us a call at 703.750.4394 for more details.
**Must be a member in good standing with all loans current (less than 15 days past due) to participate. This signed Skip-a-pay form must be received three calendar days prior to the applicable loan due date. May skip on the following eligible loan types: New and Used Auto, New and Used Boat, Recreational Vehicle, ATV, Personal, Overdraft Protection and Stock or Share Secured Loans. Not offered on Visa,® New Start, HELOC, Second Mortgage and First Mortgages. If you elected GAP and/or Credit Life/ Disability, the coverage will not be extended beyond the original maturity date. Interest Charges will continue to accrue on a daily basis at the Annual Percentage Rate set forth in loan agreement, both during and after the deferral period. This means that this deferral of scheduled payments will result in higher total Interest Charges and possibly a higher total number of payments than originally scheduled. In all other respects, the provisions of original agreement remain in full force and effect. Borrower agrees to contact the Credit Union for exact payoff information. Borrower will resume making scheduled payments beginning with the payment due during the month following the deferral and will make all scheduled payments due thereafter. All payments will be applied first to Interest Charges and then to principal. Skipped payment cannot be applied to initial payment.