Love your Credit Union? Give your loved ones the many benefits you enjoy at LAPFCU and earn rewards. Get a $50 Visa® Reward Card1 for each qualified family member or coworker2 you refer to join LAPFCU. Plus, each new member you refer will receive a $100 Visa Reward Card. Give a lifelong LAPFCU membership to those you love the most and make some extra cash along the way.
To earn rewards, new members you refer must:
• Open a free checking account
• Set up a monthly direct deposit or ACH credit of $250 or more
• Enroll in e-Statements and e-Disclosures
Earn up to $500 per calendar year when you refer up to 10 immediate family members and coworkers. Rewards for you and exclusive membership advantages for them. It’s a win-win!
Start referring today!
Refer online at lapfcu.org, via LAPFCU’s ReferLive mobile app, in person at any LAPFCU branch, or call (877) 695-2732 for more information.Refer Now
¹Current member and referred new member must be 18 or older. Referred new member must: (1) establish a new membership with LAPFCU and (2) within 90 days of account opening: (a) open a new checking account, (b) complete one or more direct deposits or ACH credits of $250 or more per month, and (c) enroll in e-Statements and e-Disclosures. The current member will receive a $50 Visa Reward Card and the referred new member will receive a $100 Visa Reward Card. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of your Reward Card after completing all requirements of this offer. For the referred new member, the $100 is considered dividends and will be reported on the IRS Form 1099-INT. Restrictions apply. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Please refer to referlive.com/lapfcu for complete details.
2Membership charter includes active and retired, sworn and civilian employees of county or municipal police departments or sheriff’s offices in qualifying areas we serve and their immediate families. Immediate family is defined as: spouse, domestic partner, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, grandchild, step child, step parent, step-sibling, adopted child, legal guardianships: Domestic partnership eligibility is limited to a member’s domestic partner, as defined in LAPFCU’s Affidavit of Domestic Partnership; legal guardianship is defined by a court order.