It’s not you, it’s them.

It’s time to break up with your bank. Become a GMFCU Member and get $100 for switching to us!

It’s as easy as:

  1. Apply to become a Greensboro Municipal Credit Union member online or come into one of our branches
  2. Open a FREE checking account
  3. Set up a direct deposit, use your new FREE debit card, and sign up for online banking!
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Banking at a credit union pays! 

Did you know that the average consumer saves $73 a year* by banking at a credit union? That’s because credit unions generally provide financial benefits to members through lower loan rates, higher savings rates, and fewer fees than other banking institutions.

Become a member of Greensboro Municipal FCU today!

We are a full-service financial cooperative, which means banking with us (being a member) provides you with all the banking services you want and need, but we are not-for-profit. So why not bank where you can keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket AND where you own the place?

Greensboro Municipal FCU offers all the banking services you want and need:

Who can join?

There are multiple ways you can qualify for membership with us.

  • If you are an employee or retiree at one of over 60 local employers
  • If someone in your immediate family or household is a current member
  • If you live within one of our designated census tracks (link to PDF) covering 90% of Guilford County, North Carolina

Let us show you more love!

Join GMFCU and we’ll give you $100.

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*Savings amount based on Q3 2021 Credit Union National Association Membership Benefits report for North Carolina.

†$100 bonus eligible with opening share account and checking account, have a GMFCU debit card with at least 10 transactions, set up a direct deposit to your new GMFCU account of $250 or more, and set up GMFCU online banking by 60 days after share account opening date to qualify for bonus. Offer ends December 31, 2022. Contact GMFCU for complete details. GMFCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.