Keeping You Safe During COVID-19

Updated 4/29/2021

Need Financial Assistance? 

Community Financial Credit Union is here to help members affected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Several options are available for members who have been negatively impacted and we will work with you to provide assistance during this challenging time.

COVID-19 Member Assistance

Small Business | PPP Assistance

Our Top Priority

The health and well-being of our members and team members continues to be a top priority at Community Financial Credit Union. To ensure everyone’s safety, we continue to monitor news about COVID-19 and are adapting the way our branches operate in order to follow CDC guidelines.

  • Per MDHHS Emergency Epidemic Orders, members are required to wear a face covering while in our branches. If you are feeling unwell, please refrain from entering our branches.
  • Members feeling unwell or choosing not to wear a face covering are welcome to use our drive-up or online services for their banking needs. For the safety of our members & team members, please be respectful of our social distancing plan and help us keep everyone safe.
  • Learn more about our Workplace Preparedness & Response Plan.

Service Information

All Community Financial lobbies and drive-thrus are open regular business hours.

  • When possible, we encourage you to continue to utilize our drive-thrus, Mobile App, eBanking and Member Contact Center for your banking needs.
  • In addition, to assist our members Community Financial is temporarily relaxing the monthly limitations (6 per account) on electronic transfers from savings and money market accounts.*

*This is a temporary waiver and the credit union will determine when to revert to the statutory limitations in your membership agreement and account disclosures based upon our discretion and regulatory guidance.

Notice on Stimulus Checks

When stimulus payments are on the way, they may first show in your account as “pending".

When this occurs, the amount of the deposit will show as "pending" in your account, and will remain that way until the date the funds are scheduled to be credited to your account. The scheduled date is determined by the entity that sent the funds, in this case, the Federal government. "Pending" deposits generally show in accounts three to five business days before they are scheduled to post.

You can track the status of your payment via our eBanking or Mobile Banking service.  We anticipate a higher-than-normal call volume which could result in longer wait or response times. We appreciate your patience.

For more information on stimulus checks visit:

IRS Information Center

Our Commitment to You

We are committed to helping members who are experiencing hardships due to the coronavirus outbreak. If you are in need of financial assistance, please call our Member Contact Center at (877) 937-2328 to discuss your situation. We thank you for your membership and are here to assist you during this time.


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