at Navy Federal Credit Union,

Federally insured by the NCUA

Pros

High rates for share certificates.
No monthly fees on basic savings and several checking accounts.
Over 30,000 free ATMs, some checking accounts offer ATM fee rebates.

Cons

Small branch network.
0.25% APY on basic savings; better rates available elsewhere.

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Overall

4.0

Navy Federal Credit Union is the largest credit union in the country, with over 8 million members and a mission to serve those who serve our country.

 

Military-based membership: You can join Navy Fed if you’ve served in a branch of the U.S. armed forces on active duty or as a reservist, if you’ve worked for the Department of Defense or a DOD contractor, or if you’re immediate family of someone eligible for membership.

 

Why join: If you live near a branch or don’t mind banking online, you can find mostly no-fee checking and savings accounts and high rates on share certificates.

Ratings methodology | Updated Feb. 14, 2019

Checking

4.5
All five Navy Federal checking accounts earn dividends, and you can choose from some solid free and low-cost options.
Basic Savings Account
APY
0.25%
Min. balance for APY
$5

at Navy Federal Credit Union,

Federally insured by the NCUA

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0.25%

Monthly Fees

$0

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No Monthly Fee

Live help 24/7

Mobile-friendly

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2.25%

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APY

2.10%

Monthly Fees

$0

Bonus features

Competitive APY

Live help 24/7

No Monthly Fee

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Overall
Customer service
Poor
Website / app
Fair
Rates
Good
Fees
Low
Dinosaur
A member for almost 20 years and the simplest request are declined, checks deposited into account require a week to become available and car loan rates are not competitive. A dinosaur institution and I am moving to another credit union that offer a low interest rate on car loans, attentive service and a credit card rate with a zero % balance transfer.
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Customer service
Poor
Website / app
Poor
Rates
Poor
Fees
High
Garbage Credit Union
Stay as far away as possible! This credit union is a joke! If you have horrible credit then this is the place for you. If you have excellent credit then this is the place for you. If you're average in the middle then they will screw you! I read great reviews on this place so I decided to open an account. The guy in the branch who opened my acct was really selling me on the Platinum Balance Transfer card. I have a Discover card with a $9000 limit and a balance of $1900. I have a Chase Sapphire with an $8000 limit and $1900 balance. I have an Amex $3k limit $0 balance. I have a Credit One card $1k limit with $0 balance. I have the regular store cards, Target, Kohls, Victoria Secret with $500 to $1k limits with no balances. Average age of credit is 3 1/2 years. Reading online I am seeing people with 650 ficos getting $25k cards and $15k cloc with NFCU. I had a 710 fico with 0 negs. 98% on time payment history with 4 inquiries (home lender). I open my account and follow the guys advice on the Platinum BT card. Then I apply for the cloc. Like everyone else I ask for the $15k on the cloc. This raggedy cu hit me with 3 hard pulls. 2 on Transunion and 1 on Equifax. They then give me the lowest amount of credit possible with $500 for the cc and $500 for the cloc. My score dropped 14 points on Transunion and 6 points on Equifax. Now my Transunion is in the 600's. High 600's but still what a waste! What card am I going to transfer to the BT card? Lol! I just really feel disrespected. Ok... I know the accounts will mature and my score will bounce back into the 700's in a few months but I really feel like they have a bizarre system on how, who, and amount they approve people for their lines of credit. I wish I had stayed away from them and just opened another Discover or Chase card in 6 months. I know I went on a rant but hopefully this will help others on making a decision on whether to try their luck with NFCU.
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