Credit Unions in Massachusetts
The Massachusetts Credit Union Act of 1909 was the first comprehensive credit union law in the United States, and would later serve as the model for the Federal Credit Union Act of 1934. Massachusetts’ credit unions continue to make a difference in the lives of people, businesses, and communities throughout the Bay State each and every day.
Massachusetts Credit Union Impact:There are 143 credit unions in Massachusetts that serve members from all across the state and beyond, with many credit unions in the largest ten cities including Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Cambridge, Lowell, Brockton, Quincy, Lynn, New Bedford, and Fall River. Learn more about credit unions in Massachusetts, and find a credit union in Massachusetts near you!
What Members in Massachusetts are Saying
Credit union members are raving fans. Here's what members in Massachusetts have to say about their credit unions.
They Are Nothing Like The Big Banks As They Actually Give And Take a Chance On The People That Might Of Had a Rocky Past With Finances, They Really Do Go Above And Beyond To Get What You May Need.
Love this credit union I am a proud and happy member and so is my girlfriend she has her first auto loan through rfcu and is happy. I love banking here it makes life so easy for me.
Love the Chelsea Broadway office...love the friendly atmosphere and professionalism provided. I get all my questions answered and am always able to get suggestions concerning my banking..I’m Happy!!!
This is a great credit union. A lot of interest on your savings account. The wait is never long, and they have all the services, such as a notary. They have things to keep your kid entertained also.