Youth Accounts

Start managing your money and making smart financial choices today. Check out C3, our great line of credit and educational services just for 16-21 year olds.

Now’s the time to establish credit. Build a positive payment record, and in the future you’ll more easily qualify at the best rates for auto loans, mortgages and more.

Get started with our C3 Visa Platinum. In addition to ATM access and a minimum 21-day, interest-free grace period on purchases, our Visa Platinum offers:

  • One low regular rate for all purchases, cash advances and balance transfers
  • $0 liability for fraudulent transactions
  • Identity theft victim assistance and reimbursement insurance
  • Free Visa alerts
  • Convenient payments through free online banking or mobile banking
  • Online access to account transactions and history
  • Emergency cash and card services
  • Auto rental insurance
  • $500,000 in free travel accident insurance and more

Click here to apply now, or call our Visa Department at (708) 649-6430 for more information.

Use our free online banking or mobile banking to conveniently manage your money. With either, you can check balances, verify deposits, transfer funds and more.  With mobile banking, you can also deposit checks remotely using your mobile device.

We offer a wide variety of loan products to meet your needs including new and used vehicle loans and personal loans. For details, please call our Loan Department at (708) 649-6420.

With the introduction of our new, free Kasasa Cash® and Kasasa Cash Back® checking accounts, we are no longer opening new C3 Checking Accounts.  Take a look at the many financial benefits our new Kasasa checking accounts offer.

C3 products are designed for members 16-21 years of age. All applications are subject to credit approval of both the primary member and any joint owner or co-signer. Most members under age 21 will be required to have a parent or legal guardian as a co-owner on any loan product, including C3 Platinum Visas.

Your savings are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government agency.