FAQs

KPEFCU Merger

There will be no effect on your accounts or account numbers at this time.  Regardless of the merger, Klamath Public Employees FCU will need to convert to a new core operating system in 2023 or 2024.  As that time approaches, the Credit Union will work hard to ensure a seamless transition.  Important dates, changes and any action needed from you will be communicated well ahead of time.  Our goal is for you to continue to conduct business with as few disruptions as possible.

Under the planned merger, rates on fixed-rate loans and certificates will remain the same until the end of their existing terms.  Other products will adjust with market conditions as usual.

The boards of both Credit Unions have voted in favor of moving forward with the plan.  The leadership teams at both Credit Unions are 100% on board with the planned merger.  The merger will require a lengthy review and approval by the NCUA.  The merger will then need to be approved by the voting membership of Klamath Public Employees FCU.

No action is needed from you at this time.  There is a long process ahead, and if any action is required we will make it as convenient as possible.  We will send out communication as the planned merger progresses.  Check mypcfcu.org/growingtogether for the latest updates.

All of your accounts will operate as usual throughout the merger.  If any changes are necessary in the future, we will do our absolute best to make things convenient for you.  We’ll communicate any possible changes well in advance.

Not yet, but we’re working hard to make it happen!  We will provide plenty of communication as the ability to use all branches becomes available.

Your loan(s) will continue to function the same.  Your original loan agreement with Pacific Crest or Klamath Public Employees will be honored with no changes.

We plan to keep all branches operating as usual.  Our goal is to retain all employees from both Credit Unions.  Members will likely see the same familiar faces at every branch location.

Our goal is to retain all employees from both Credit Unions.  We plan to keep all branches operating as usual.  Members will likely see the same familiar faces at every branch location.

Pacific Crest FCU and Klamath Public Employees FCU share a similar culture, mission, and membership base.  We’ve both been headquartered in Klamath County for many years (Klamath Public Employees since 1949 and Pacific Crest since 1936) and we enjoy a cooperative working relationship.  Combining our resources and energy will create more efficiency and greater value for all our members.  We anticipate that members will benefit from an expansion of products, services, and convenient branch locations.

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