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Who Can Join?

Employees of the GEICO Corporation and its subsidiaries, GEICO contract employees, employees of Banner Life Insurance Company, spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership, employees of the credit union, persons retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employment, their immediate family members, and their immediate household members are eligible for lifetime membership. Eligible family members include your spouse, children, siblings, parents, grandparents, grandchildren, step-parents, step-children, step-siblings, and adoptive relationships. Eligible household members are persons living in the same residence and maintaining a single economic unit.

Members of your immediate family are defined as: spouse, children, siblings, parents, grandparents, grandchildren, step-parents, step-children, step-siblings and adoptive relationships. Household members are defined as: persons living in the same residence maintaining a single economic unit.

How to Join?

If you meet the qualifications outlined above, complete and submit your Membership Application. to your local branch. GFCU does not open accounts online. Once your Membership Application is received and your identity is verified, you will receive the required disclosures.

Need to switch your checking account from another institution? We make it simple with the easy to use Geico FCU Switch Kit.

Notice of USA PATRIOT Act
Account Information Verification Program

The USA PATRIOT Act requires GEICO Federal Credit Union to implement reasonable and practicable procedures to verify the identity of each person or entity applying to join the credit union or members and others seeking additional account services. All financial institutions are taking similar actions to insure that accounts are not used for terrorist purposes or money laundering activities. While these procedures have long been in use to prevent fraud, your credit union is increasing its diligence by:

  1. Verifying the identity of any person seeking to open or be added to an account to the extent reasonable and practicable, including but not limited to verification of name, address, phone number, employment and taxpayer identification number, e.g., social security number;
  2. Maintaining records of the information used to verify identity, including name, address and other identifying information, including but not limited to a photocopy of documents presented, to the extent not prohibited by law;
  3. Consulting lists of known or suspected terrorists, or terrorist organizations provided to the financial institution by any government agency to determine whether a person seeking to open an account is on such list; and
  4. Providing this notice of the member identification program to members, account holders and customers.