Boeing Employees Credit Union

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About the Credit Union

Headquartered in TUKWILA, the Boeing Employees Credit Union was established in 1935 and is the largest credit union in the state of Washington. With more than 1,206 employees and 857,870 members, it is also the 4th largest credit union in the nation.

Boeing Employees Credit Union Fees

  • National Average
  • Monthly Inactivity N/A $6
  • Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft) $25 $30
  • Stop Payment item $25 $27
  • Return Deposit N/A $13
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound) $25 $22
  • Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound) $0 $10
  • Non-Bank ATM N/A $1

Boeing Employees Credit Union Membership Requirements

You can apply for membership at BECU if you meet any of the following eligibility requirements: Live, work, worship, or attend school in Washington state. You, or a family member, are a current or past Boeing employee, an employee at a Boeing Subsidiary or at the Museum of Flight. You own a business located in Washington state and satisfy BECU business account requirements. You are a current employee of a subsidiary or affiliate previously owned or operated in whole or in part by The Boeing Company. You are a federal employee stationed at a Boeing Company facility. You are an officer or full-time employee of a labor bargaining agency representing Boeing employees. You are currently receiving, or eligible to receive, benefits from a company whose current employees are eligible for BECU membership. You are related by descent, adoption, marriage, or domestic partnership to a person who meets one of the criteria.

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    Reviewed By katcarl Jul 9, 2016

    "Free" Debt Transfer

    I took advantage of deal becu had of a free transferring of debt to my becu visa. Apparently that was considered a cash advance and after six months I began getting an additional interest charge. All this time I thought it was some store charging my visa for a purchase as a cash advance every month. On the online banking details there is nothing telling me the difference between my debts from a regular purchase and cash advance purchase. And to pay the cash advance? All of my regular debt had to be paid FIRST. You cannot pay the cash advance off separately. It is underhanded because of the normal practice people use to keep a good credit score by always having at least some small balance of revolving debt. If I had never called in, becu would have kept raking in debt interest. I am rather peeved at becu and will never partake in any offers in the future given my experience here.

    Oh and even though I have been with them for ten years, my visa for almost six, my credit score being 775, never having a late payment, they increased my interest rate by about 1.5% earlier this year. Their reasoning? That they didn't do well in stock trading.

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    Reviewed By katcarl Jul 9, 2016

    "Free" Debt Transfer

    I took advantage of deal becu had of a free transferring of debt to my becu visa. Apparently that was considered a cash advance and after six months I began getting an additional interest charge. All this time I thought it was some store charging my visa for a purchase as a cash advance every month. On the online banking details there is nothing telling me the difference between my debts from a regular purchase and cash advance purchase. And to pay the cash advance? All of my regular debt had to be paid FIRST. You cannot pay the cash advance off separately. It is underhanded because of the normal practice people use to keep a good credit score by always having at least some small balance of revolving debt. If I had never called in, becu would have kept raking in debt interest. I am rather peeved at becu and will never partake in any offers in the future given my experience here.

    Oh and even though I have been with them for ten years, my visa for almost six, my credit score being 775, never having a late payment, they increased my interest rate by about 1.5% earlier this year. Their reasoning? That they didn't do well in stock trading.

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    Reviewed By katcarl Jul 9, 2016

    "Free" Debt Transfer

    I took advantage of deal becu had of a free transferring of debt to my becu visa. Apparently that was considered a cash advance and after six months I began getting an additional interest charge. All this time I thought it was some store charging my visa for a purchase as a cash advance every month. On the online banking details there is nothing telling me the difference between my debts from a regular purchase and cash advance purchase. And to pay the cash advance? All of my regular debt had to be paid FIRST. You cannot pay the cash advance off separately. It is underhanded because of the normal practice people use to keep a good credit score by always having at least some small balance of revolving debt. If I had never called in, becu would have kept raking in debt interest. I am rather peeved at becu and will never partake in any offers in the future given my experience here.

    Oh and even though I have been with them for ten years, my visa for almost six, my credit score being 775, never having a late payment, they increased my interest rate by about 1.5% earlier this year. Their reasoning? That they didn't do well in stock trading.

    Continue reading...
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