Becoming a member of CorePlus Credit Union is easy!
CorePlus Credit Union is a multiple common bond Credit Union with branches in Northern and Eastern Connecticut.
You are eligible for membership by enrolling in the American Consumer Council (ACC), which is a free, nonprofit, organization that focuses on financial literacy and consumer advocacy.
All persons may join the ACC, at no cost, but are required to sign the Acknowledgment of Membership with the American Consumer Council.
- You are an employee or voting member of the ACC (American Consumer Council)
2. You live, work, worship or attend school within 19 census tracts in New London County meeting the “underserved investment area definition of Section 109(c)(2) of the Federal Credit Union Act.
The American Consumer Council (ACC) is a non-profit membership organization founded in 1987 and dedicated to consumer education, advocacy and financial literacy. ACC supports America’s economic growth by encouraging the sale and use of safe, reliable products and services to consumers. ACC achieves its mission by serving the economic interest and consumer needs of its 228,000+ members and 54 state/regional/local consumer council affiliates.
Membership is open to anyone who authorizes enrollment with the American Consumer Council (ACC), a non-profit, tax-exempt consumer education organization. As a member of ACC, your lifetime membership dues have been paid for by CorePlus and your membership information is held strictly confidential. ACC will never share your membership data with anyone.
Please visit https://www.americanconsumercouncil.org/ for additional information.
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