Fishtown

Address:

2136 E. Dauphin Street
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Branch Hours:

Mon - Wed 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. 
Saturday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Phone:

877-TEL-PFCU or
215-934-3500


Services Offered:

  • ATM
  • Open Saturdays
  • Accepts Appointments
  • Commercial Deposits
  • Coin Counter




Personal Loans

Rates as low as

9.50%

Auto Loans

Rates as low as

2.24%

Home Equity Loans

Rates as low as

3.24%
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Not here for our profit, here for yours.

We’re a credit union, which means we’re just like a bank, only better. Better rates, better fees, better philosophy. We’re member-owned, which means no shareholders to appease and all of our profits go right back to the people. Because when our members succeed, it’s better for everyone. 

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Community you can bank on.

To us, there’s no better investment than community. From the start, we’ve helped our members open businesses, improve their homes and send their kids to school. No fat cats here. Just neighbors.

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What’s it take to be a PFCU member? Less than you might think As long as you live, work, worship or go to school in Philadelphia or Columbia county, you’re in. It’s that easy. 

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What's new at PFCU?

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Credit Seminar - Whitman Library

10/16/2017

Credit doesn’t have to be confusing. Join us for a seminar and learn all about it!

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Back-to-School Savings: Three Tips to Save Money on School Supplies

8/30/2017 

Labor Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time for back-to-school shopping! Follow these tips to save money on school supplies for grades K-12.

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When should I start saving for college for my kids?

9/05/2017

Children cost money, that’s not really up for debate. According the Department of Agriculture, it costs $233,610 to raise a child. If that number isn’t daunting enough, there’s also a college education looming over a parent’s head.

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