Important information about the Coronavirus

Los Angeles Federal Credit Union (LAFCU) is closely monitoring the situation related to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) for any potential impact it may have on you, our members and the communities we serve. While there is currently no direct impact to LAFCU, we want to assure you we are taking proactive measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to prevent further spread of the virus. Our staff is trained for this type of emergency situation, including keeping our facilities clean and increasing the sanitizing frequency of commonly-touched surfaces. We are fully prepared to continue to meet your financial needs during this time. Rest assured your money and LAFCU accounts are safe.

Steps You Can Take
Sign up for then start using our free mobile and online banking services and our “MyLAFCU Mobile” app. These services allow you to access LAFCU accounts anywhere, 24 hours a day, seven days a week to conduct transactions, deposit checks, pay bills, transfer funds, set and receive alerts, and more. If you have yet to do so, please download our free mobile app today. If you are ill, consider staying home and avoid visiting a branch. All LAFCU members have nationwide access to 30,000 free “CO-OP” ATMs (including 5,500 inside 7-Eleven stores).

If You Need Help, Contact Us
We are committed to helping anyone who is experiencing hardships during this volatile time. If you need financial assistance, call us at (877) 695-2328 or Ask a Question securely to reach a trained member service representative. Some helpful LAFCU options for you include:

  •  Personal Unsecured Emergency loan.
  •  Debt-Consolidation loan.
  • Savings account or Share Certificate-secured loan.
  •  Increasing the credit line on your Visa® credit card.
  •  Consumer loan skip-a-payment.

Watch & Monitor Updates
Please check our website, Facebook page, or Twitter page for updates regarding LAFCU’s response to the coronavirus.

Your safety and wellbeing is our ultimate priority. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide you with any updates if it directly impacts LAFCU. Please continue to monitor information from the CDC and WHO, and stay up to date with the latest news.  


Richard Lie
Los Angeles Federal Credit Union