Loans Shares Fee Schedule and Limits

Effective as of: 09/15/2016
Fee Schedule and Limits
ATM Cards
Daily Withdrawal Limit$209.00
VISA Debit Cards
Daily Purchase Limit$2,500.00
Monthly Service Charge
Fee assessed at end of month if balance falls below $100.00$5.00
No fee for Senior Draft (age 55 and over)
No fee for Student Draft (under 18)
Wire Transfer
Domestic – Outgoing$15.00
Foreign – Outgoing$35.00
Money Orders and Teller Checks
Money Orders$1.00
Teller Checks – if made payable to third party*$3.00
*No fee on Teller checks if the check is made payable to the member themselves.
Other Charges
Duplicate Statement$1.00
Account closed within the first 90 days or closed more than once$25.00
Non-Sufficient fund Check $25.00 per item
Check paid via Courtesy Pay Program$25.00 per item
Stop- Payment$25.00
Annual Dormant Account Fee**$5.00 per month
**An account is dormant if for 12 months you have made no deposits or withdrawals to the account. You will be mailed a notice when your account is considered dormant. The fee is assessed 30 days after the notice is sent.
Account Research$5.00 per hour
Account Reconciliation***$10.00 per hour
***No Charge for the first time reconciliation.
Address Change****$5.00
****Failure to notify us of address changes, resulting in returned mail will cause your account to be assessed a fee.
Copy of a draft (check)$2.00
Sheet of 4 counter checks$1.00


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