In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and the limited access to the World Bank Group facilities in Washington DC, BFSFCU branches located inside the World Bank and IFC buildings will be closed as of March 13, 2020 until further notice.
BFSFCU Lending Offices located at 1725 I Street, NW will remain open during regular business hours to continue serving members; and our Member Services representatives will continue to be available by secure message, email and phone.
The health and safety of our staff and members is our top priority. In all BFSFCU branches and offices, we are performing deep cleaning and sanitizing of “high-touch” areas, including common spaces and BFSFCU ATMs.
We are committed to ensuring continued access to BFSFCU accounts and services, and invite you to log in or enroll now to enjoy the benefits of Digital Banking where you can check balances, make credit card payments, deposit checks, request transfers, and find the nearest surcharge-free ATM.
At BFSFCU we are continuing to monitor the situation closely, and as conditions evolve, we will evaluate additional measures to support our members and the community.
Convenient options for BFSFCU members to access their accounts include:
OVER 30,000 ATMS WITH BFSFCU’S ATM NETWORK
As a member of the CO-OP Network, BFSFCU extends our members access to over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs across the U.S. and Canada, including several 7-Eleven locations.
For surcharge-free access to your money, just look for the CO-OP Network logo on participating ATMs or use the CO-OP Network ATM locator to find a location near you.
We can help you save on non-BFSFCU ATM fees, too! Simply enroll in eStatements and we’ll reimburse you for up to six non-network ATM surcharge transactions every month when you use your BFSFCU Visa® Debit Card at a non-BFSFCU ATM.
If you wish to speak with a banking specialist at a time convenient for you, please visit our website to schedule a phone appointment.
Call 202-212-6672 in the U.S. for 24-hour access to your BFSFCU accounts, loans and credit cards. Check balances, transfer funds, make credit card payments and more.
For additional information about COVID-19, get the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control at cdc.gov or your local health department website.