| 888.858.6878 | Email Us
BranchLine Online Banking
First-Time Users, click here.
Find a Branch or ATM  
Chat Button

Print
Skip-a-Loan Payment

We know that sometimes you need to stretch your budget for unforeseen expenses, tax payments or emergencies.  We can help by letting you skip your loan payment – up to twice a year.  It’s only $25 and it won’t affect your good credit.

Here's how to skip a payment:
1. Login to BranchLine at left
2. Click on Skip-a-Loan payment
3. Choose any loan that is eligible to be skipped

It's that simple.
 
Members can skip non-consecutive loan payments up to twice per year, per loan.  A $25 fee (FINANCE CHARGE) will apply for each loan payment skipped.  The fee must be paid in advance by check or automatic withdrawal from your checking, savings or money market account.  Loans with co-signers can only be processed upon receipt of a signed authorization by all parties to the loan.  Home equity loans, home equity lines of credit, On the House, consolidation loans, certificate-secured loans, and PowerLine loans are ineligible for Skip-a-Loan payment.  Loan must be current and opened six months with good payment history to be eligible.  Other restrictions may apply.  The interest on the loan continues to accrue, and all other terms and provisions remain unchanged.  Your deferred payment(s) plus any additional accrued interest will be paid at the end of your loan.
 
 
Federally insured by NCUA
Equal Housing Lender
    Follow Us On f t Font Size



SECURITY NOTIFICATION
For website security purposes and to ensure that access to the Pacific Service Credit Union (PSCU) website remains available to all users, PSCU may enable the use of software programs to monitor and record network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this website and any other illegal activities are strictly prohibited, may be reported to law enforcement agencies and may be punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and Title 18 U.S.C. Sec.1001 and 1030.
Protecting your privacy is our top priority - View Our Privacy Policy