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 Skip-A-Pay: Skip-A-Pay eligibility is subject to approval. A fee of $35 will be charged for each loan on which a payment is skipped. All loans must be current and accounts must not have a negative balance. Only two skipped payments allowed in any 12 month period. Loans must have six months payment history and must have had three consecutive monthly payments to be skipped. Account must not have been more than 30 days delinquent during the past year on any loan. Regularly scheduled payments will resume after the deferral period. Interest at the agreed rate will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance of the loan. Deferment of payment will extend the life of the loan and may cause an increase in the final payment amount that was stated on the initial loan disclosures. For auto loans with Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) coverage, more than two Skip-A-Pay extensions over the term of the loan may cause a deficiency balance in the event of a total loss. Excludes real estate loans, home improvement loans, home equity loans, home equity lines of credit (HELOC),Visa® credit cards, CD secured loans, and balloon payments. Commercial loans are not eligible for Skip-A-Pay.
 Paper Statement Fee: A recurring fee will apply if you choose to receive an account statement in paper form; refer to the Fee Schedule for details. To avoid the paper statement fee, log in to Digital Banking to change your statement preference to eStatements.
 Free eStatements for Business Accounts: A recurring fee will apply if you choose to receive an account statement in paper form; refer to the Business Fee Schedule for details.
 Business Account Shared Branches & ATMs: Business account access at CO-OP shared branches is subject to their discretion and may not be available at all shared branches.
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