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1451 S. Seaside Ave
Terminal Island, CA 90731

Phone:
(310) 832-0227
(800) 397-9227

Fax:
(310) 832-0228

E-mail Address:

Tom@boptifcu.com Jeremy@boptifcu.com
Linda@boptifcu.com Anthony@boptifcu.com

Who Can Join

BOPTI Federal Credit Union is open to Bureau of Prisons employees and Commissioned Officers of the Public Health Service working at certain BOP facilities, and their immediate families. Employees working at the following institutions are eligible for credit union membership:

FCI Aliceville, AL

FPC Montgomery, AL

FCC Talladega, AL

FCI Phoenix, AZ

FCI Safford, AZ

FCI Tucson, AZ

USP Atwater, CA

FCI Dublin, CA

FCI Herlong, CA

FCI Lompoc, CA

USP Lompoc, CA

MDC Los Angeles, CA

FCI Mendota, CA

MCC San Diego, CA

FCI Terminal Island, CA

FCC Victorville, CA

FCI Jesup, GA

STC Glynco, GA

FDC Honolulu, HI

USP Big Sandy, KY

FMC Rochester, MN

FCI Waseca, MN

MCFP Springfield, MO

FCI Yazoo City, MS

FCI Elkton, OH

FCI Sheridan, OR

FCI Bennettsville, SC

FCI Edgefield, SC

FCI Estill, SC

FCI Williamsburg, SC

FCI Memphis, TN

FPC Bryan, TX

FDC Houston, TX

FCI Three Rivers, TX

FDC Seatac, WA

FCI Oxford, WI

FCI Gilmer, WV

FCI Bastrop, TX

Family Membership

Family members of all current or potential BOPTI Federal Credit Union members are eligible to join the credit union. Family members are defined as spouses, children, siblings, parents, grandparents and grandchildren.

How to Join

Complete a membership application, which is available from the credit union main office or at any location the credit union has a representative, and mail it to BOPTI Federal Credit union with an initial deposit of at least $26.00. A $25.00 deposit will be used to open a Share/Savings account and must remain on deposit at all times to maintain your membership. There is a one-time $1 fee when opening an account. You will also need to send a copy of your current drivers license

USA Patriot Act

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING AN ACCOUNT WITH BOPTI FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

Section 326 of the USA Patriot requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account or changes an existing account. This federal requirement applies to all new members and current members. This information is used to assist the United States government in the fight against the funding of terrorism and money laundering activites.

What this means to you, when you open an account or change an existing account, we will ask each person for their name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify them. We will ask to see each person drivers license and other identifying documents and copy or record information from each of them.

Lifetime Membership

Credit Union membership may be maintained as long as you have active open accounts. You may keep your membership status through retirement, relocation or changes in employment.

Account Ownership

An individual account is one that belongs to you. No one else has access to the funds, or information about the funds, in your account.

A joint account is one that is established in two or more names. Each account owner can make inquiries, deposits and withdrawals, and can close the account. However, joint owners who are not credit union members themselves are not eligible for loans and have no other membership priviledges.