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Special rates and benefits for your financial wellness

MedONE Member Program

Special rates and benefits exclusively for physicians and healthcare employees

Helping those who help others

At Credit Union ONE, we value these individuals who have chosen a career to take care of and service others by offering special rates on various types of credit cards and personal loans, including the Freedom ONE Loan and Auto, Boat, Motorcycle and RV Loans. We also provide exclusive benefits on Home Loan and Saving Account products.  It's our way of saying thanks for all you do.
Take advantage of our MedONE Member Program.
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Offers may be changed or discontinued at any time. May not be combined with other promotional offers. A floor rate applies.
*You must enroll in Direct Deposit with a minimum of $250, and enroll in Online Bill Pay and pay (3) bills within 60 days.
** Excludes lines of credit, credit cards, shared secured, credit builder, EZ Access, Smart Boost Credit Builder, real estate, and student loans.
‡ Credit limit offered will be $1,000 on all approved loans. After initial $1,000 draw, subsequent draws must be made for the full amount of the available credit limit. Outstanding balance must be $100 or less for subsequent draws. Member must have a minimum automatic monthly payroll direct deposit of $500.00. Subject to approval based on overall creditworthiness factors. Other conditions may apply.
† APY=Annual Percentage Yield. In order to qualify you must not have a current Money Market Account or have had a Money Market Account in the last six months.  New Money only.  After the promotional period, the rate for both tiers will default to the current standard rate as published in the rate schedule.  Limit one New Money Market Account per member to qualify for promotional rate.
†† APY=Annual Percentage. Rate accurate as of 3/2/18. Minimum balance and deposit required to earn the APY is $2,500, maximum is $250,000. APY is based on an assumption that interest will remain in the account until maturity. A penalty will be imposed for early withdrawal. Withdrawals and fees may reduce earnings. See the Truth in Savings disclosure for early withdrawal penalties.