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Welcome VMware employees

Stanford Federal Credit Union is a full-service bank serving members in 90 countries with one important difference, we’re non-profit and owned by our members. Join today and get a $250 cash bonus!

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Exclusive VMware benefits

Stanford FCU has been serving VMware employees since 2004. More than 1,400 of your co-workers are already credit union members.

 

“I value being a member of a credit union such as this one, and the benefits and service are good.”

—Timothy K.
VMware employee

  • Dedicated Personal Banker and VMware virtual office hours
  • $250 cash bonus for new members when you use promo code NEW250 (with checking and direct deposit of your paycheck)1
  • Get paid up to two days early with direct deposit
  • Mortgage fee discount up to $1,2002 (RSUs included in underwriting)
    Learn more about mortgages
  • Emergency Loan up to $2,0003
  • Open accounts without an SSN or credit history when relocating to the U.S.
  • Second-chance checking and loan program to help you restore good credit
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We’re non-profit and owned by our members, so all earnings are returned back to members
in the form of lower fees and loan rates, and higher deposit rates.

“Stanford FCU doesn’t have a lot of fees to reduce or waive, because we barely charge any fees. And we don’t usually offer special rates, because our everyday rates are already amazing.”

—Joan Opp
Stanford FCU President/CEO

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