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Police Mortgage

For First Responders Who Are Second To None!

Featuring Killed in the Line of Duty Loan Protection

Akron Fire Police Credit Union is one of a limited number of financial institutions in the country to offer Killed in the Line of Duty Loan Protection, a special debt cancellation benefit created exclusively for active Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, and EMTs.

Special Debt Cancellation Benefit

Available for Mortgages at NO COST to the borrower, Killed in the Line of Duty Loan Protection is a complementary benefit that will cancel up to $850,000 of the outstanding balance of one or more eligible loans* should the unthinkable happen to a qualified member due to a line-of-duty incident.†

Full Suite of Mortgage Products

Police Mortgage offers a full suite of options including:

*To qualify for Killed in the Line of Duty Loan Protection, qualifying members must take out a new eligible loan for $25,000 or greater; or an aggregate of two or more new eligible loans for $25,000 or greater. Eligible Credit Union loans include Mortgages and Home Equity Loans; Auto, Motorcycle and Boat Loans; Signature Loans, Uniform Loans, Tuition Loans, Student Loan Consolidations, and Credit Cards.

†Killed in the Line of Duty Loan Protection is available only for the qualifying member, and the protection may not be purchased outright. This debt cancellation benefit only applies in the case of death. Please see loan addendum upon loan closing for more details

Company, NMLS ID 1223085
John Aretos NMLS ID 268165
Vivian Abraham NMLS ID 2451439
Connor Walsh NMLS ID 2221708

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Reminder for Members with Premium Checking Accounts

The Credit Union has partnered with one of the nation’s most trusted names in Identity Theft Protection, NXG, to provide you with comprehensive Credit Monitoring, Identity Theft Research, Remediation, and Recovery Service. To take advantage of these services, members must proactively sign up with a subscriber ID.
Contact Gwendolyn Hawkins at 312-499-8813 or ghawkins@cpdfcu.com for your subscriber ID.