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virtually or in person
Schedule Time to Open Accounts, Apply for Loans, or Get Insurance
Open accounts, apply for loans, or get an insurance quote in 30 minutes or less with 1-on-1 help from an expert service representative. Choose a virtual, phone, or in-branch meeting. No lines, no waiting.Book Appointment
Follow these 3 Easy Steps:
Set up Your Appointment
Look Out for Your Appointment Email or Text Message
Meet with a Representative In Person, Virtually or By Phone
Schedule a 1-on-1 meeting with a trained expert to help you open accounts, apply for loans, or get an insurance quote without any wait time. You choose whether you’d like to meet in person at your local branch or with a video or phone call.
Appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes but may be shorter.
Please arrive five minutes early and check in with a representative.
If you selected a phone call, your representative will call you at your scheduled appointment time at the number you provided.
If you selected a video call, open any of your appointment emails to find your meeting link. When it’s time for your meeting, simply click the link to join.
Open your appointment emails or text messages and check out the What You’ll Need section. This section includes a list of everything you need to be prepared for your meeting.
Open your appointment emails or text messages to find a link to easily reschedule. We’ll send you a confirmation for your newly rescheduled appointment.
No problem! We’ll send you an email/text with a link to reschedule your appointment.
No, you do not need to download anything. Video calls are web based, so all you need is an internet connection.
Membership eligibility required. Deposit products federally insured by NCUA. Loans subject to credit approval. Financing available for properties in Texas, Colorado or Utah. NMLS #458903
Security Service Insurance (SSI) is a subsidiary of Security Service Federal Credit Union. Products offered by SSI are not insured by the national Credit Union Association (NCUA) and are not issued, guaranteed, or underwritten by Security Service.