1/2In observance of Presidents' Day, NEFCU will be closed on Monday, February 18th. For your convenience, you can access your account anytime with our online and mobile banking services.
2/2We are here to help Long Islanders impacted by the federal government shutdown. Our relief program includes interest-free loans, payment deferment on existing loans and more. Click here for details.
In observance of Presidents' Day, NEFCU will be closed on Monday, February 18th. For your convenience, you can access your account anytime with our online and mobile banking services.
Are you experiencing hardships due to the government shutdown? We are here to help.
We're Here to Help.
NEFCU is ready to help those impacted by the government shutdown.
We want to do our part to support our communities during these stressful times. NEFCU is offering the following relief programs* to alleviate financial stress for those not currently being paid by the government:
Personal loans at 0% APR† for 12 months with a 3-month payment deferment
Withdraw from certificates penalty-free up to $10,000
3-month payment deferment on any existing NEFCU credit cards, loans and lines‡
Our member care team is ready to talk to you and discuss available options based on your specific situation and needs.
For assistance with existing NEFCU loans and lines,
please call (516) 714-2989
For new members, new accounts and all other inquiries,
please call (516) 561-0030
*Relief programs are open to existing and new NEFCU members who are employees, contractors or affiliates of the government and are not receiving pay as a result of the shutdown. Individuals will need to provide proof of employment by or through the government and proof they are not currently being paid as a result of the shutdown. NEFCU membership eligibility requirements apply.
†APR=Annual Percentage Rate. Personal loan amount caps at $5,000. Subject to government salary income verification. After 12 months, the loan will be subject to the standard rate in effect based on your credit score.
‡ Government mortgages subject to change based on government guidelines and regulations.