Borders beyond Fairmont. Benefits beyond banking.
Fairmont Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial organization, democratically controlled, owned and operated by our members for the benefit of all who belong.
We operate 9 regional branches with over 130 employees. We are currently one of the fastest growing credit unions in West Virginia with over $325,000,000 in assets.
As one of the most progressive credit unions around, our success has been built on our commitment to the credit union philosophy of "People Helping People!" This is your credit union; the more you participate the more you share in its benefits. Remember, the Credit Union does not profit ... our members do!
Our Loans & Accounts
We offer a full line of convenient and confidential services that give our members an advantage in their financial matters. We hope to be your go-to financial institution not just for checking and savings but for every important financial decision you'll make in your life, from your first account, to buying a home or opening a business, to funding your retirement. Here is just a glimpse of what we offer:
We offer competitive rates and both fixed and adjustable mortgages. Talk to us to customize a payment plan that suits your budget.
Finance your retirement with certain tax advantages* while you're still earning income. A Fairmont FCU representative can help you establish a traditional or Roth IRA. Or open an Education IRA to fund higher education.
The Credit Union was organized in 1939, as Fairmont Onized Federal Credit Union, to serve the employees of Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Since this time, we have changed our name to Fairmont Federal Credit Union and expanded our membership charter to serve anyone living or working in Marion, Monongalia, Harrison and Taylor Counties and several select employee groups (SEGs) in Preston County.
Our goal has been a sincere desire to help each other by providing a quick economical source of confidential credit, and by promoting thrift through a convenient, systematic savings plan.
*Consult your tax advisor.