Becoming a Member
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Applying is easy! The application process should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. All owners must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident to apply. You will need the following information readily available for yourself and any other joint* owners:
- Valid Identification1 (Driver's License, State or Government issued ID, US Passport, Permanent Resident Card2)
- Valid United States Social Security Number
- Current physical address
- Date of Birth
- Valid Email Address
A $5 minimum opening deposit and balance in a Regular Savings account is required for all account owners. This opening deposit remains in your account and is not considered a fee. You may fund your initial opening deposit using a debit or credit card or you may have the funds transferred from another financial institution.
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Youth accounts are for anyone up to the age of 18.
Accounts for children under age 13 cannot be opened online by children. A parent, grandparent, or legal guardian must open the account online.
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Here are all the consumer disclosures you will receive during the new account opening process:
*Joint Ownership allows all owners to perform deposits, withdraws, transfers and the ability to close products (however, only the Primary can close the account in full). Each owner will have full and equal authority to access all funds, regardless of where the funds originated. No owner can remove another owner from the account, they can only remove themselves. The account includes right of survivorship, meaning if one owner passes away, the funds are split among the remaining account owners, regardless of what the deceased owner's Will states. This account also includes rights of setoff, which means funds in this account can be used towards any and all obligations, liability or debt owed by any owner on the account, regardless of where the funds originated from. Please see the following article for more information Joint Ownership vs. Power of Attorney.
1 Not required for minors
2 Second form of valid identification required