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Har-co Credit Union is built on the foundation of delivering a strong member focused experience.
View our pledge here.
Har-co is a credit union serving all of Harford County. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school or has immediate family living in Harford County.
We were founded in 1955 originally as an educational credit union serving the needs the educators and students of Harford County Public Schools. In 2018, we expanded to offer our services to the entire community of Harford County.
Credit unions are financial institutions, like banks, except the members own the credit union. They are nonprofit entities that aim to serve their members rather than seeking to earn a profit. Credit unions often offer better savings rates, lower loan rates and reduced fees because of this.
Source: Credit Karma, 2021
Membership unlocks low rates and great experiences, but how do you become a member? You just need to live, work, worship, attend school or have immediate family living in Harford County. If you fit those, simply open a $5 savings account and you can take advantage of all our great products - from leading cash back cards to low rate loans.
Simply stop into one of our branches and we’ll open your membership.
To be courteous and kind, treating everyone in an open, fair and helpful manner.
To be alert and attentive throughout the workday and maintain a positive, optimistic attitude.
To dress and behave in a professional manner.
To tell the truth in every communication that we have, delivering it in the most respectful manner possible.
To treat members with respect and professionalism, ensuring the highest quality service.
To take ownership and follow through to resolve member concerns in a timely manner and not simply “pass the buck”.
To collaborate with, support, encourage and value our colleagues in these efforts to deliver great member experiences.
To make the extra effort to accommodate requests, only saying “NO” as a last resort.