Account Limitations - Regulation D is a federal regulation that places certain limits on the number of transfers or withdrawals members can make from their non-transactional suffix. It affects all saving and more money suffixes. Regulation D allows for up to six (6) aggregate withdrawals, overdraft transfers, electronic funds transfers, automatic withdrawals (EFT/ACH), debit card transactions, home banking, Cue Phone, or facsimile transfers per month. For more information on Regulation D see CCCU Disclosure Booklet
Variable Rate – The interest rate and Annual Percentage Yield (APY) on all savings accounts can change at any time without notice as determined by the Board of Directors of Clark County Credit Union.
Fees may apply to all savings suffix types. Clark County Credit Union fees are based on a member’s current membership status. See CCCU Membership Plans and Fee Schedule.
Avoid a monthly fee by having direct deposit of at least $250 per month or by maintaining a minimum monthly total of $5,000 or more in either deposits or loans.
American Share Insurance (ASI) insures each suffix up to $250,000. This institution is not federally insured, and if the institution fails, the Federal Government does not guarantee that depositor will get back their money.